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What’s Up With Stadium Lofts?

By April 8, 2008

Stadium Lofts

The PI recently had an article that I missed about the Stadium Lofts project which a few of you have pinged me about recently, Stadium Lofts may start residential move near Safeco, Qwest:

Developer Nitze-Stagen and preservation group Historic Seattle initially proposed the Stadium Lofts condominium project for the Seattle Plumbing Building, a two-story, 104-year-old brick triangle wedged between Qwest Field and a ramp onto the Alaskan Way Viaduct.

Seattle developer Maria Barrientos now has the lead on the project, although Nitze-Stagen and Historic Seattle remain involved.

Last month, Stadium Lofts LLC executed an option to buy the building from King County. The plan calls for four more stories, three of them tall loft levels, bringing the building’s height to about 100 feet. The finished building would have 70 to 80 lofts and flats above retail space.

Ben also notes an architecture firm change from Johnson Architecture and Planning to Weinstein A|U though their website remains un-updated.

Bonus Link: Bremerton condos to be auctioned

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