Flexible work spaces diversify industrial Interbay
Located in Seattle's industrial Interbay neighborhood, Interbay R&D expands on the adjacent Bow Building by employing a prefabricated metal structure that can be customized to create unique commercial spaces for each tenant. The two-story structure provides high-bay suites for flexibility and takes advantage of natural daylight while providing a visual connection between indoor spaces and the exterior parking court.
The expansion is built on what was an under-utilized, industrial, contaminated site. This new building maximizes the site's commercial potential, bringing diversity of businesses to the historically industrial neighborhood. Customization of spaces means the long-life, loose-fit building can be modified as tenant needs change.
Geoff Anderson wins the Jennie Sue Brown State Honor Award.
The Activity Node is any hub of activity on the site. It can include gathering nodes for smaller groups and local centers for larger meeting locations.
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Evergreen Sustainable Development Standards
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