Amazon recently presented NBBJ’s revised plans for development of the Denny Triangle Urban Center, a three-block expanse in downtown Seattle, to the city’s Design Review Board (DRB). The under developed location of what is currently mostly parking lots is bound by Westlake Avenue, Sixth Avenue, and Blanchard Street, and features convenient access to Seattle’s streetcar and bus routes, as well as state and international highways.
The proposal identifies asymmetrical towers, mid-rise buildings of varying sizes for commercial and residential use, un-programmed green space, and a dog park. Street level space has been reserved for retail and office use, with more corporate and residential designations for the upper floors.
The DRB is scheduled to see the project again this September for final approval.
See the proposal here.