University of Washington’s iconic Husky Stadium has emerged from its $280 million renovation designed by 360 Architects and built by Turner Construction. Located on the shores of Lake Washington with views of snow-capped mountains and downtown Seattle, the stadium underwent a demolition and reconstruction of the lower bowl and south-side stands while lowering and shifting the field to improve sightlines.
The 70,000-plus-seat stadium, built in 1920, also added luxury and patio suites, along with a club. The upgraded Don James Center, named after UW’s legendary football coach, features plush theater-style seating and climate-controlled reception areas. Football operations are now all on site, with locker rooms, weight rooms, team meeting rooms, recruiting lounges, player lounges, and coaches’ offices integrated into the west end zone.