Seattle’s 2201 Westlake development became the city’s first mixed-use and high-rise residential project to earn LEED Gold. Located in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, the newly completed 450,000-sf complex includes 300,000 sf of Class A office space, 135 luxury condominiums (known as Enso), and 25,000 sf of retail space. The project’s green features include underfloor HVAC delivery, high-performance central energy plant, water-efficient fixtures and fittings, drought-tolerant landscaping, and extensive material/construction waste recycling and salvaging. The project was developed by Vulcan Real Estate, designed by Callison, and constructed by Sellen Construction with Glumac as MEP.
Mixed-use Seattle high-rise earns LEED Gold
Inset, Edison with a Type A4 Edison cell, the nickel-iron alkaline storage battery produced at his factory in West Orange, N.J. Left, The Residences at Edison Lofts: 279 reconstructed apartments and 21 penthouse rentals, plus 34 new-construction units, a parking garage, and retail space. Photo: Prism Capital Partners
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