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Yesler Terrace Progress Highlighted in Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

The 23-story north tower recently topped out, with the south tower two levels above grade.

A recent DJC article shared progress on our ongoing mixed-use project at Yesler Terrace, which continues to take shape overlooking the 5 freeway as it approaches downtown Seattle. The project includes two residential towers with roughly 350 residences ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, and 12,800 square feet of retail, commercial, and restaurant space in a shared, terraced podium. 22% of the units at Yesler Towers will be affordable.

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is collaborating with Studio SKH (architect of record); KPFF (civil and structural engineer); Swift Co. (landscape architect); Statewide Power (electrical engineer); Ocean Park Mechanical (mechanical and plumbing); Stateside Power (electrical and telecom engineer and Advanced Fire Projection); and David Evans & Associates (surveyor) on the project. Read the article and view more progress images below.

The North tower seen from Yesler Terrace Park.
The project will feature panoramic views of downtown Seattle and the waterfront.
Work continues on the North tower's distinctive glass facade.