In Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, an urban renaissance is quietly taking place. In the mix is a proposed three-story office building at 36th & Phinney on the site of the beloved Korean street food restaurant, Revel. When it opens in 2019, it will contain not only a new home for Revel, but also 4,600 sf of additional ground level retail and office space, two upper levels of office and one level of below-grade parking.
This new structure will pay homage to the neighborhood’s industrial, lumber and saw mill history with heavy timber construction, exposed wood car decking ceilings and exterior cedar cladding. The exposed building structure will celebrate the unparalleled character that only natural materials and time-tested construction techniques can create.
Energy modeling was utilized early in the design process to identify areas posing glare and heat gain issues; from those exercises, covered decks were added on upper levels and glazing was minimized on south and west facades.
The development and design team is deeply committed to creating an authentic community gathering and work space which sets a precedent for future development in the neighborhood.
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