Construction Tour: Westland Hotel
Join the Young Architects Forum for a construction tour of the Westland Hotel
In converting the Westland Building, a historic steam-supply warehouse into a hotel, our team consisting of Urban Villages, Inc.(UVI), Curioso, Aparium Hotel Group, and JTM construction is revitalizing a historic railspur corridor and public alley intersection to create new ways to experience age-old buildings and infrastructure in Pioneer Square. Between integrating new building code legislation and amended zoning ordinances with the design, this project builds a unique bridge between the past and present and ensures a healthier future through adaptive reuse.
The Westland Hotel consists of a 120 room boutique hotel, with an eating and drinking establishment that reactivates the ‘railspur’ alley and at-grade multi-use spaces to activate the King St. frontage. New land-use regulations along with new mass timber codes allowed the team to add a second eating and drinking establishment on the rooftop. The seismic improvements along with the preservation of the historic timber columns and beams ensure that the structure will continue to stand long into the future.
Tour has reached capacity and registration for this program has closed.
Date: December 7th (Thursday), 2023 | 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: 100 S King St, Seattle ,WA 98104
Contact: Tets Takemoto, Miller Hull, Project Architect. Wes Kennard, senior superintendent JTM
Capacity: 20 registrants. Full PPE is required for the jobsite (gloves, hardhat, glasses, vest, and boots). There are a few extra PPE sets on site, but we strongly encourage attendees to provide their own.
Accessibility of the Space: The site is not ADA accessible. The site may require people to walk up and down stairs and walk over uneven terrain
Covid Safety: There are no current COVID Safety requirements to follow. AIA Seattle recommends masking as a demonstration of community care. Please do not attend if you are feeling sick/unwell!