Seattle's soon to be tallest residential tower (445 feet), AVA will break ground this fall. Local renowned architect Weber + Thompson and award winning interior designer Garret Cord Werner will be involved in this hotel/condo project on 8th and Pine St.
According to Blaine Weber, principal of Weber + Thompson, "AVA will be a graceful, tall and slender addition to the skyline." Ceiling heights for these homes will range from 9.5 to more than 12 feet, full height windows, air conditioning, and European inspired interiors will focus on entertainment spaces, spacious bathrooms and walk in closets and owner flexibility. Most homes will include either a balcony or a solarium (which can open to outdoors a large terrace or be enclosed to create a sunroom). Sound familiar? That's right, 1521, another W+T recent project has the window solarium feature as well.
The preview event will occur in July, home buyers will have the opportunity to view their offerings and to make a reservation prior to public release. Finishes and interior specification information will also be available during the event.
Other Weber + Thompson projects:
7th and Westlake
Seattle Condo Construction Update
AVA Sneak Preview
8th and Pine-AVA
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