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Cavatina, Poland’s Leading Real Estate Developer, Announces 173,000 SQFT Multifamily Project in Seattle

Cavatina Seattle 2729 Second Ave. Belltown BREEM Epstein WELL HSR

13-Story Multifamily Building is Located at Second Ave. and Clay St. in Belltown

Seattle, WASH. – August 29, 2023 – Cavatina, Poland’s leading office and residential real estate developer, today announced its first Seattle project. The proposed 13-story, 173,000-square-foot multifamily project is located at 2729 Second Ave. in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood and will include approximately 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and one level of below-grade parking. The modular apartment building will be constructed from prefabricated components manufactured in Poland. Internationally renowned architectural firm Epstein, based in Chicago, is the project architect.

Cavatina’s projects are primarily in Poland’s largest cities, including Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Gdansk and Katowice. The firm’s completed projects are distinguished by their unique architecture, awarded in Polish and international competitions, and high-quality finishes. Cavatina also places emphasis on sustainable construction, which is confirmed by the BREEAM and WELL HSR certificates it has received.

The firm’s vision is to create unique, modern urban ecosystems where architecture fuses with functionality, design, art and nature in one. Cavatina manages all key processes in-house, including land acquisition, architectural and interior design, leasing, general construction and fit-out. This deep experience enables them to carry out numerous projects simultaneously
and is unrivaled in the marketplace. 

In the next few years, the Group plans to develop and complete projects with a total area of more than 4,800,000 square feet, of which the Group has secured land properties for projects totaling 3,800,000 square feet, and nearly 1,600,000 square is already under construction.