Stack House Apartments

Located between downtown Seattle and Lake Union, this full block green project combines the restoration and adaptive reuse of the Supply Laundry Building, a City of Seattle historic landmark, with the development of new retail spaces and 278 residential units. Responding to the building’s large scale and urban location, the design focuses on the balance between pedestrian and vehicle at grade, massing and modulation above grade, and the architectural relationship of the buildings as a whole. Green features include bio-swales along Pontius and Yale.

  • Client

    Vulcan Real Estate
  • Status

    Completed 2013
  • Total SF

    391,461
  • Residential SF

    211,140
  • Commercial SF

    8,271
  • Residential Units

    278
  • Certifications

    LEED Platinum Certification

  • Partners

    • Exxel Pacific- construction
    • Berger Partnership
    • Coughlin Porter Lundeen
    • two9 Design
    • JRS Engineering
    • A3 Acoustics

External sun shades that help reduce the heat gain are among the many energy-saving features that make Stack House surpass industry standards for energy use.