YAF: Belltown Adaptive Reuse Tour
2607 2nd Avenue is an adaptive re-use project located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, WA. The three-story existing heavy timber and masonry structure was revitalized to house a new set of retail and office tenants at the first and second floors. The upper floors were custom built out to house the building Owner’s business, which includes a new Penthouse structure at the roof level and new roof decks at both the east and west. Members from both Graham Baba Architects and MRJ will be onsite to lead the tour.
ACCESS NOTES: The site will not be fully accessible at the time of the tour. All of the major structural elements should be in place, though elevators will not yet be operable. Our hosts require hardhats and closed toed shoes onsite. Guests are expected to bring their own, though *some* extra hardhats will be available.
COVID SAFETY: Our hosts ask that anyone who believes they have been exposed to COVID-19 stay home.
This program is presented by AIA Seattle’s Young Architects Forum. Access and COVID-safety information is included above. Please indicate on your registration if you would like to be contacted regarding specific accommodations to fully participate in this program. Contact Member Engagement Manager, Connor Descheemaker, with any questions or concerns.