This weekend marks the start of the Seattle Design Festival, ten days of tours, exhibits, speakers/panels, films, and events for adults and kids. The aim of the festival is to “widen and deepen the public conversation about design in Seattle.”
The Terry Thomas is one of six behind-the-scenes tours being offered on Saturday September 17th (our tour is at 1:00). For more information visit their Events Page.
This week is a big one for Weber Thompson – two major projects received approval from the Design Review Board.
On Monday, the northwest design review board approved Ballard West, a seven level, mixed-use project with 107 work force and affordable for rent units with 9,500 sf of commercial space. This highly sustainable building that is pursuing LEED Platinum for Homes Certification.
Tuesday night the downtown design review board approved Colman Tower, a 16-story, 208-unit project located adjacent to the Colman Ferry Pedestrian Bridge between Western and Post Avenue. We sent out a newsletter today detailing Colman Tower, if you aren’t on our mailing list send an email to email@example.com and we will send it out. Ballard West will be featured in our January newsletter.