Episode #11: Seattle Growth Podcast

Seattle Growth Podcast 2.22.21

King County Executive Dow Constantine discusses navigating the pandemic and the future of King County. Julia Nagele, Principal and Director of Design for the architecture studio at Hewitt, discusses the urbanization of Seattle and how the pandemic economy has affected her business.

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Episode #47: Design Leadership with Julia Nagele

Design Voice Podcast 1.20.21

In this episode, Julia tells the story of how a chance encounter in Rome led to her moving to Seattle. Julia shares how her career transitioned from an ebbing and flowing path to a clear trajectory upward, and gives some great advice on how to become a Designer at a firm. We also talk about how there are no shortcuts to being innovative or creative, and what it’s like to be on a Wikipedia list of the tallest buildings designed by women.

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A Seattle Skyscraper’s Rise Helps Shatter a Glass Ceiling

Seattle Met 12.21.20

A new 40-story condo building owes much of its design to Julia Nagele, one of few women in the world to shape such a tall tower.

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Fresh pics: a tour of East Link

Sound Transit, The Platform 11.19.20

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Patti Payne’s Cool Pads: Go inside the new Emerald condos in Seattle

Puget Sound Business Journal 11.13.20

The Emerald, a new luxury condominium building at 121 Stewart in downtown Seattle, developed by Create World Real Estate, recently announced completion, after being under construction for several years. Initial designs started seven years ago.

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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.

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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.

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The Emerald, Seattle’s Newest Luxury Waterfront Condominium Tower Set Above Pike Place Market, Celebrates Building Completion

Cision 10.13.20

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,

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Coveted COVID-Era Waterfront Homes, At One With Nature

Forbes 10.13.20

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.

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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.

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