Progress being made on Alexan Shoreline

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Alexan Shoreline
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Alexan Shoreline
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The 398,101-square-foot mixed-use development was designed by Caron Architecture of Seattle to consist of 309 units (two bedrooms, one bedrooms and studios) 297 parking spaces and 199 bike parking spaces.

The ceiling height was raised from the original plan to accommodate potential business use such as the leasing office for the site.

Now owned by Trammell Crow real estate, the triangular building is on the lot between Aurora and Westminster Way. Trammell Crow has multiple buildings in different cities, all called Alexan.

Alexan Shoreline is across the street from Shoreline Place which will be developed by owner Merlone Geier Partners.


Anonymous,  February 26, 2019 at 4:33 PM  

There are many reasons why affordable housing near transit corridors are necessary to accommodate a booming population. However, as more open spaces are replaced with large, uninspiring apartment buildings research has shown that community satisfaction declines.* It saddens me to realize that the rush to develop without setting aside adequate open spaces will likely lead to a Shoreline that just won't be a nice place to live anymore. * Source:Lincoln R. Larson, Vinience Jennings and Scott Cloutier, "Public Parks and Well Being in Urban Areas of the United States", PLOS ONE, April 7, 2016.

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