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Multi-Family Residential Project Experience 

The Marselle Condominiums 

A 132-unit structure in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood in the the shadow of The Space Needle, with common amenities and four-story underground parking, completed in 2009. Five ground-floor live/work units contribute to the life of this busy street. Tinted concrete and metallic finishes create an honest architectural expression with a refined, contemporary feel. Certified Built SmartSM by Seattle City Light, The Marselle combines earth-friendly materials and energy efficient design.

The hybrid concrete-wood structure comprises five stories of wood framing atop  a wood mezzanine and six stories of concrete (two above ground), making it the first midrise of its kind in North America and the tallest wood-frame structure in Seattle. Citation of the techniques used in its construction contributed to a 2009 change to the British Columbia Building Code, allowing the development of timber-frame medium rise structures, firmly planting The Marselle in the pantheon of buildings that are part of a world-wide movement to use more cost-effective, greener building materials.


The Matae Condominiums

Completed in 2006, this building was designed as a seven story, 78 unit, mixed use project. At the time, the Belltown neighborhood consisted mainly of commercial structures, but this cornerstone represented one of the "first kids on the block" in what is now a bustling urban residential area. The ground floor commercial and live/work units add a personal feel to both Denny and the adjoining alley.


The Marq Condominiums 

48 units on 5 floors, with retailing on the ground floor and 3 parking levels. Located in busy Capitol Hill, with great city views from the common terrace. Constructed in 2003.