Project Detail

 

Seneca Apartment Community

Seattle, WA United States

Kwan Henmi Architects, PCL Construction, Cobra Building Envelope Contractors (Joe Muller)

 

Project Description

Seneca Apartment Communities 31-story luxury residential tower on Seattle's First Hill. The plan calls for more than 300 residential units and 3,700 square feet of retail. 285 parking spots are planned. The project could also help to increase connections to Freeway Park with a planned sculpture garden connecting the private and the public land. Kwan Henmi is the project’s architect.

The building's facade will primarily consist of window wall and terracotta rainscreen cladding. Behind the cladding are 2" of mineral wool continuous insulation (ci) and a weather barrier membrane, designed to meet the stringent Seattle Energy Code.

 

Project Details

Seneca Apartment Community
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Project Team:
    PCL- Wayne Melnyk, vice president and district manager, Seattle district office; Paul Douglas, president and CEO
 
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Project Size:
    322,859 sq ft
Construction Cost:
    $72,000,000
 
 

Specified Products

ArGeTon Terracotta terracotta rainscreen

ArGeton is the leader in extruded terracotta rainscreen cladding. The product has been installed on buildings in over 20 countries over the past two decades.

See http://www.interra-facades.com for more information.

PROSOCO R-Guard Weather Resistive Barrier

R-GUARD® MVP is part of the family of PROSOCO® R-GUARD® products developed to prevent the movement of water and air through building envelopes. Utilize MVP® or Cat-5® as the primary air barrier over above grade structural surfaces prepared with R-GUARD® Joint & Seam Filler and R-GUARD® FastFlash®. The entire product family is LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE Red List Compliant.

Visit http://PROSOCO.com for more information.

 
 

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