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Pagoda Tower

1913 - 5th Avenue
Seattle WA United States

Status:cancelled
Construction Dates
  Intended completion date2010
Floor Count40
Building Uses
 - mixed use
 - hotel
 - parking garage
 - residential
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof550 ft

Description
Architect: Ismael Leyva Architects/The Bumgardner Architects. www.ilarch.com/

Developer: Multi Capital Group/Hummingbird Advisors of Seattle.

The 1.2 million-square-foot building complex will offer space for a high-end hotel, condominium, office space, as well as retail space at ground level. At 168 meters the building would be Seattle's ninth-tallest, being 168m, 46-storey Heron South Tower and 167.8m, 40-storey Pogoda North Tower.

Pagoda would be architecturally distinctive on its exterior to distinguish it from the all-residential Heron Tower to the south. Separated from Pagoda by 21.34 meters, Heron would house 32 stories of condos.

Both sleek and angular towers would be topped by a V-shaped roof over a 15.24-meter-high combined open-air arboretum, roof garden and enclosed recreation space. In addition, photovoltaic cells and microturbines would generate about 7 percent of the building's electricity. Cisterns would be used to collect rain, partly offsetting water use.

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