LAKE STREET PLACE
Lake Street Place is an urban mixed-use project with over 35,000 square feet of restaurant and retail on the street level and over 140,000 square feet of office space above. The commercial space is organized around a culinary courtyard which is open to the sky and accessed by an arcade lined with shops. The design respects the
LAKE UNION II
Stock & Associates designed this project on Eastlake Avenue to complement a sister building within this growing neighborhood of research and development buildings in South Lake Union. The site planning for this campus of four structures for the same client included preparing a Street Vacation application to Seattle Department of Transportation; presenting to the Seattle Design Commission; and preparing documents for the City Council approval. The site design included public art; a hill-climb to connect to a network of future public pathways and parks; and plazas on either side of Eastlake Avenue that opened up to views of Lake Union. The floor plan included 178,500 square feet on four levels, with lab space and accessory use areas such as office, conference and lobbies. Roof top outdoor space rounded out the program elements with views over adjacent buildings to Queen Anne and beyond. The project was designed to meet LEED Gold standards, and included rain gardens in the widened sidewalks; green roofs; use of stormwater to generate electricity using a micro-turbine; creating tenant improvement guidelines; use of recycled materials; and creating a Visitors Center & Interactive Display educating the public to the history of the site and the Steam Plant across the street.
219 TERRY AVE NORTH
Tenant Improvement. This project began with the substantial renovation of an existing warehouse and addition to