Daniels team finishes 40-story Emerald condos near Pike Place
Seattle DJC 10.23.20
Daniels Create World Seattle and Create World Real Estate of Bellevue have completed The Emerald, a 40-story, 262-unit luxury condo tower at 121 Stewart St. overlooking Pike Place Market and Elliott Bay in Seattle.
Design Review Board Moves 11-Story Apartment Building at 1st Avenue to MUP Application
The Registry 10.13.20
Belltown is known for its rich culture and dense population, a former brick warehouse district turned into a lively and activated area featuring galleries, shops, colleges and small-owned businesses. At the beginning of this week, a project was introduced that will continue to activate the neighborhood and build upon the culture that is already tightly woven into the fabric of Belltown. Hewitt Architects, Inc., Herzog & de Meuron US Inc. and Archetype Belltown LLC proposed a project for an 11-story apartment with retail and a restaurant during an early design guidance meeting to the Downtown Design Review Board. The team hopes to reactivate a block in Belltown wedged between two historic structures by providing residential and urban spaces, as well as retail and programs that will further stimulate the diverse cultural and commercial community. In response, the Board recommended the project move forward to MUP application.
The Emerald, Seattle’s Newest Luxury Waterfront Condominium Tower Set Above Pike Place Market, Celebrates Building Completion
Daniels Create World Seattle and Create World Real Estate of Bellevue proudly announce the completion of The Emerald, Seattle’s newest luxury condominium tower located above downtown’s iconic Pike Place Market and the city’s newly reimagined waterfront. Designed by world-renowned female-led Seattle-based team, Julia Nagele of Hewitt Architects and Susan Marinello of Susan Marinello Interiors, the 40-story faceted-glass waterfront residential building unveils a striking collection of 262 signature studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences and penthouses matched with bespoke amenity spaces and unrivaled 360-degree vistas with views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, the Space Needle, Mount Rainier and more. Alongside this major milestone,
Coveted COVID-Era Waterfront Homes, At One With Nature
Being cooped up indoors earlier this year wasn’t great for the health of Americans, and for very good reason. We humans are pre-programmed to be at our best, physically and mentally, when regularly exposed to nature. Routine contact with the natural world fills us with renewed energy and vitality, and can even imbue us with a glass-half-full optimism. What could be better than a positive outlook in the face of a once-a-century pandemic?
Among ways architects and builders are responding is by embracing biophilic design. Natural materials, views, lighting and other elements are prioritized in buildings of biophilic design, instilling occupants of these buildings with health-affirming connections to nature.
Gemdale USA’s 324-Unit 222 Dexter Project Clears Design Review
The Registry 5.19.20
The project received unanimous approval from the Design Review Board, who appreciated the development of a clear design concept, exhibiting thoughtful use and detailing of enduring materials.
Dwell Magazine: The Emerald Debuts Exclusive Penthouse Collection
DWELL Magazine 4.13.20
The Emerald, Seattle’s highly-anticipated luxury condominium building one block from Pike Place Market and the Puget Sounds’ soon-to-be renovated waterfront, has released its exquisite penthouse collection made up of 22 masterfully designed two-, three-, and four-bedroom premier residences.
Daring Women: Hewitt’s Julia Nagele Leads by Emphasizing Strength and Humility
Seattle Business Magazine 4.13.20
Hewitt’s principal and director of design checks her ego at the door and and views criticism as an opportunity to grow. Julia Nagele watched quietly as throngs of investors and party-goers enjoyed the celebration.
‘Mama’ tower seeks to ‘calm the center’ of project near Pike Place
Puget Sound Business Journal 4.13.20
The project’s most striking design feature is the slender rectangular opening between the taller “Mama” tower, as Hewitt dubbed it, and the shorter “Baby” tower. In design materials, Hewitt compared to the opening to the lining of a jacket and said the intent is to “calm the center (of) the project.”
40-Story The Emerald in Seattle Celebrates Topping Off
The Registry 4.8.20
The Emerald, Seattle’s highly anticipated luxury condominium building set above Pike Place Market and the Puget Sound, has officially topped off its faceted-glass building further transforming the city’s iconic waterfront skyline.
Forbes: Hot Properties Heating Up Big Cities This Winter
It’s officially winter. Time to warm up with some hot properties in three of the world’s great (and chilly) cities—New York, London and Seattle.