193,800 sq. ft.
Chester L. Lindsey, architect
One Capital Center is a 14-story concrete building glazed in solar bronze glass. The building was the first to be constructed in Boise's downtown redevelopment area.
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This 11-story medical office building, constructed above an existing five-level parking garage, features a mix of landscaped levels that step up to the tower. The dimensions of the tower, which rises 180 feet above grade, are 76' x 200' with the building situated such that the larger dimensions of the tower face north and south.
The New York Times named 1201 Third Avenue one of the nation's three best new office buildings the year it opened. This 55-story, classically designed tower has commanding views of Elliott Bay, Lake Union, and the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. The granite and emerald-green-glass building features a pedestrian plaza with three levels of shops, services and rooftop gardens, and a public atrium overlooking the plaza.
1200 12th, originally built as the U.S. Marine Hospital, is one of Seattle's most prominent landmarks. Located on a 10-acre, park-like campus at the north end of Seattle's Beacon Hill neighborhood, the classic art deco form rises 462 feet above sea level. The 16-story tower has sweeping views of the central business district, Elliott Bay, the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, and Mt. Rainier. The original structure was completed in 1932 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
1200 12th gained the international recognition of the Urban Land Institute, winning the organization's coveted 2000 Award for Excellence. The prestigious award was given to the building as the best example of urban rehabilitation in the Nation.
King Street Center is located in Seattle's historic Pioneer
Square District adjacent to the landmark King Street Station. The
eight-story building design is compatible in size and character
with neighboring buildings, with a mix of precast and brick panels
on the exterior and retail shops along Second Avenue.
World Trade Center North completes the three-building World Trade Center complex, located directly across from the Port of Seattle's Bell Street Pier. The five-story north building offers exceptional views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains and has a 359-space parking garage.
Edna Lucille Goodrich Building, a 210,251 square foot building developed for the State of Washington, General Administration, was completed in July 2005 and houses 1,060 employees, making it one of the most efficient office buildings in the state's inventory. A surface parking lot provides 770 parking spaces. Wright Runstad & Company collaborated with the client to deliver a Class A, LEED Gold Building, superiorly constructed and occupied at lower-than market lease rates for the Olympia and Tumwater area.
The new Redmond City Hall is a "jewel box" sitting on the south edge of the city's campus. The building brings together city employees from several buildings scattered across Redmond. A new four-story garage and surface lot provides parking for 492 vehicles. The exterior features the warmth and richness of limestone and granite and a soaring canopy at the main entrance that is supported by slender columns inspired by Northwest forests.
The new Chinook Building on Goat Hill features a 13-story office building, with a day care center and retail space on the main level and two levels of below grade parking. An inviting pedestrian concourse connects Fifth Avenue to the new nine-story, 823 stall parking garage located on Sixth Avenue.
This 14-story, 442,566 square foot building is positioned on the easterly crest of the hill along Ninth Avenue, and signals the gateway to the Harborview Medical Center Campus. The building provides state of the art labs and medical office space for Harborview's expansion of outpatient clinics, UW Medicine departments, and several King County agencies.
The building design includes a below grade 650 space parking garage, a three floor podium with full block coverage, a partial fourth floor mechanical floor serving specialty use spaces on floors one through three, and a tower from floor four through 14, set-back from both Ninth and Terry Avenues. The pedestrian scaled podium and the set back of the lobby are designed to respect and complement the existing campus buildings.
City Center Plaza, at 26 stories and 591,634 square feet, is one of the region's most advanced office buildings, offering tenants large and flexible floor plans and advanced mechanical and electrical systems. This architecturally distinct tower rises above the center of downtown Bellevue and offers stunning views of Lake Washington, the Cascade Mountains, and Mt. Rainier.
Designed to be a state of the art office facility near the edge of the Capitol Campus in Olympia, Washington, this 5-story, 123,570 square foot building will house the corporate offices of the Washington State Employees Credit Union.
The building's exterior is designed with a combination of scale and detail that is sensitive to the historic character of the neighborhood. A floor plan featuring an efficient core that houses elevators, building systems, rest rooms and support areas will leave the remainder of the floor column free, affording maximum flexibility and efficiency for furniture system layouts or private offices. A new campus parking garage provides 469 parking stalls.
1500 Jefferson was developed for the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) and opened in July 2011. The office complex consists of a six-story L shaped office building with a three-story west wing that wraps a data center to the north and west. A new two level, 300 stall underground parking garage serves the complex.
Constructed on the east side of the State Capitol Campus in Olympia, Washington, the project marks the first major construction on the Capitol Campus in the past two decades.
70,138 Seat Stadium 83,000 sq. ft. Football Operations Center
The 93-year old stadium renovation included demolition and reconstruction of the south stands, lowering the field four feet to optimize sightlines and bring fans closer to the field, the addition of an 83,000 square foot state-of-the-art Football Operations Center, the construction of a 200-stall parking garage below the south stands, a 30,000 square foot UW Sports Medicine Center and renovation of the Don James Center. The 70,138 seat capacity in the renovated stadium includes 27 luxury suites, 65 patio suites, 2,507 club seats and 616 seats in the expanded Don James Center. The stadium now boasts 700 flat-screen televisions and nine video display boards.
The Spring District, a 36 acre environmentally sustainable, transit-oriented, mixed-use urban neighborhood in the Bel-Red Corridor commenced construction of Phase 1 on September 16, 2013. The emerging urban neighborhood will have over 3.3 million square feet of space in buildings ranging from three to 12 stories with supporting retail amenities. The 16 city blocks will feature commercial, residential and educational projects, including hotels, restaurants, a brewpub, park and diverse local shops.
The Spring District, a 36 acre environmentally sustainable, transit-oriented, mixed-use urban neighborhood in the Bel-Red Corridor commenced construction of Phase 1 on September 16, 2013. The emerging urban neighborhood will have over 5.3 million square feet of space in buildings ranging from three to 12 stories with supporting retail amenities. The 16 city blocks will feature commercial, residential, educational and retail tenants, including hotels, restaurants, a brew pub, park and diverse local shops.
On May 8, 2014 the University of Washington Board of Regents approved the selection of Wright Runstad & Company to redevelop Rainier Square, a 140,000 square foot retail property that is part of the University’s Metropolitan Tract in downtown Seattle.
The 800,000 square foot project will include a 58-story tower containing 710,000 square feet of office space and approximately 220 apartment units on its uppermost floors with 360-degree unobstructed views. The project will also include a separate 12-story luxury hotel, as well as 90,000 square feet of distinctive restaurants, retail shops and fitness amenities. The Fifth Avenue and Union Street corner will be a signature space for a distinctive national or international retailer that can also offer access to upper floors creating a large anchor retail opportunity.