Cirrus & Pike Motorworks take home two NAIOP Night of the Stars awards
November 16, 2016 – Two Weber Thompson projects earned NAIOP Night of the Stars awards on Friday, November 4th 2016. Cirrus received High Rise Residential of the Year, and Pike Motorworks was awarded Mixed-Use Development of the Year.
Cirrus is a 440’ LEED Silver certified high-rise residential tower with 355 units with an average of 1,058 square feet per unit. Completed in 2015, this tower was among the first new high-rise residential developments to be completed in downtown Seattle after the great recession. Designed to appeal to SLU and downtown tech workers, Cirrus features elegant interiors, a lush rooftop deck, and ample amenities throughout. Weber Thompson provided architecture, landscape architecture and interior design services for the project. The tower was developed by GID Development and constructed by Sellen Construction.
Pike Motorworks is a 243-unit mixed-use residential project in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood that was developed by The Wolff Company. A large driver for this urban infill project was pulling the lobby, office use, and retail into the center of the site, and running cross-block connectors into a central courtyard. The project is split into a north building, which features hip, auto-inspired interiors, and a south building, which contains modern, high-end finishes and appliances. Weber Thompson provided architecture and interior design services on the project. Exxel Pacific was the contractor, Hewitt was the landscape architect, and Graham Baba was the consulting/retail architect.
Winning Night of the Stars projects were judged by a panel of real estate professionals and were evaluated based on impact on the community, market adaptability, ingenuity and local contributions. NAIOP Washington State is a trade association for developers, owners and investors in the industrial, office and related commercial real estate industries. The chapter, founded in 1976, is the fifth-largest and one of the fastest growing chapters nationally.
Other team members for Pike Motorworks include: Patrinely Group; Gibraltar; Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Bush, Roed & Hitchings, Inc; Coughlin Porter Lundeen; Hart Crowser; Ecotope; The Transpo Group; Travis Fitzmaurice; Ground Support; SSA Acoustics; O’Brien & Co; Morrison Hershfield; and Turnstyle Studio.
Other team members for Cirrus include: Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Rushing; Pivotal Lighting Design; Morrison Hershfield; Architectural Elevator Consulting, LLC; SSA Acoustics; MacDonald-Miller; Patriot Fire Protection; Red Propeller; Permit Consultants NW; and The ACCESS Partnership, LP.
To learn more about the design of Pike Motorworks and Cirrus, please visit: www.weberthompson.com/
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About Weber Thompson
Seattle-based Weber Thompson is a full service, West coast design firm specializing in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and community/urban design. This award winning company has a staff of 70 design and construction professionals, housed in the celebrated Terry Thomas, a LEED NC Gold certified office building in South Lake Union. Since 1988, Weber Thompson has developed a diverse practice with projects that include high-rises, high-density urban infill, residential, commercial office, hospitality, and affordable housing projects. Weber Thompson seeks effective results through a thoughtful and collaborative design process. For more information go to www.weberthompson.com or contact Weber Thompson at (206) 344-5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.