Bellevue Towers

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Bellevue Towers
Bellevue, WA - Bellevue Towers 01.jpg
Bellevue Towers as seen from Bellevue Downtown Park in 2010
General information
Status Complete
Address 500 106th Ave. NE
Town or city Bellevue, Washington
Country United States
Coordinates 47°36′50″N 122°11′53″W / 47.614°N 122.198°W / 47.614; -122.198Coordinates: 47°36′50″N 122°11′53″W / 47.614°N 122.198°W / 47.614; -122.198
Construction started 2006
Completed 2009
Height 450 ft (140 m)
Technical details
Floor count 42 and 43
Design and construction
Architecture firm MulvannyG2, GBD Architects
Main contractor Hoffman Construction
Designations LEED Gold
Other information
Parking 8 floors, underground
"Bellevue Towers One". 
"Projects: Bellevue Towers". McKinstry. 

Bellevue Towers is a high rise condominium complex in downtown Bellevue, Washington. Construction began in 2006 and was completed in 2009. The 42 and 43 story towers have 539 condo units, 17,000 square feet (1,580 m2) of retail space, and eight levels of underground parking. The project is 85% sold as of January 2013.[1] Bellevue Towers stands on a 2.43-acre (9,800 m2) site.[citation needed]

Bellevue Towers is the largest Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified residential development in the Pacific Northwest with its energy-efficient glass facade, low-flow plumbing fixtures, dual-flush toilets, rooftop garden between the towers, and efficient condensing boiler.[1] The $436 million project was developed by Gerding Edlen Development Co. and built by Hoffman Construction Company.[2]

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Zemtseff, Katie (January 28, 2009). "Bellevue Towers puts Bellevue on the map of sustainable cities". Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce. Retrieved March 18, 2010. 
  2. ^ Culverwell, Wendy (January 7, 2011). "Gerding-Edlen surrenders Bellevue Towers". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved 20 May 2014. 

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Preceded by
City Center Bellevue
Tallest building in Bellevue, Washington
Succeeded by
Current record
Notes and references
1. Tied with One Lincoln Tower