- W.G. Clark Construction Company
- Red Barn Engineering, Inc.
- Coughlin Porter Lundeen
- Two 9 Design
- Bee Consulting Engineers
SPUR features an automated parking stacker at ground level to increase the parking capacity given the building’s mid-sized footprint.
SPUR is a 98-unit mixed use development situated between Seattle’s University Village Mall and the single-family residential neighborhood to the northeast. It sits adjacent to the junction of two former logging rail lines that informed the bent form of the building. Rail-inspired details appear throughout including in the sidewalk paving pattern, wood bench seating, and the feature trellis extending down the facade at the fold in the building and connecting the lobby entry up to the club room featuring a cross-laminated timber roof. The project features a number of sustainable features, including energy-efficient assemblies, space-saving parking stacker, and rain gardens at street level and on the second-floor patio.