Lease Crutcher Lewis and Martin Selig Real Estate have begun construction for a 36-story residential and office building at Third & Lenora in Seattle’s Belltown District. The building will include 365 residential units operated by WeLive plus 176,500 square feet of offices and 5,477 square feet of retail both operated by WeWork. Below grade will be parking for 221 cars.
Site demolition began August 10. Shoring began September 12 with Malcolm Drilling, using soldier piles and lagging with tiebacks. Mass excavation will be performed by City Transfer Incorporated (CTI). Rhine led the building demolition. The tower will open in the spring of 2020.
Owner: Martin Selig Real Estate
Tenant: WeWork and WeLive
General Contractor: Lease Crutcher Lewis
Civil/Structural Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
About Lease Crutcher Lewis:
Lease Crutcher Lewis (aka Lewis) has been a leading Northwest general contractor since 1886, and has been based in Seattle since 1939. Lewis is active in numerous project types, including office, multifamily, biotech, medical, community, education, retail, hotel, historic renovation, and others. Common threads for its work include a relentless focus on safety, an integrated approach to working with customers and design partners, a focus on Lean methods to ensure schedule and quality, and performing a large percentage of its work with in-house craftspeople.