What once was a worn single-family home morphed into four stylish condos.
The vision of this condo project was to establish a whole new urban trend for the neighborhood. Using the footprint of an existing single-family home, the condos (or flats) were stacked on three levels rather than design to the standard narrow, claustrophobic townhouse model. The building was sited to maintain downtown and mountain views.
The Seattle Times Home of the Month, November 2001
AIA Project of the Month Award, 2002
Nice Modernist Award, Dwell Magazine, 2002
- An extensive use of structural steel and concrete that enabled open floor plans
- Concrete counters and modern cabinetry
- Radiant-heated dyed concrete floors
- Corrugated metal siding
- Artisan tile
- Four units range from 857 to 2,036 square feet
Architects: BjarkoSerra Architects
Co-developers: Mack McCoy and Cynthia Creasey