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Mixed-use architecture that brings value to the client and neighborhood.

Many of our mixed-use architecture projects have a similar task: fitting complex programs with multiple uses on to tight and often odd-shaped sites. 

From organizing multi-faceted programs on a partial urban block to multi-acre sites, we deftly design residential, commercial, retail, and open space into cohesive mixed-use architecture projects, creating places people want to be. 

Our collective experience, internal efficiencies, and knowledge of our region’s regulations consistently translate client needs into functional, attractive mixed-use architecture that contractors like to build and communities like to support. 

Do you need help with a mixed-use architecture project or study? Reach out to Scott Glazebrook at

Read about how our firm tackled a mixed-use architecture challenge on Seattle’s First Hill: High-Rise Apartments Come to New Parts of Town




Lessons Learned on How to Achieve Streamlined Delivery

From architects and engineers to subcontractors and owner-developers, it is imperative that the many players involved in construction planning and execution must coordinate to ensure smooth project delivery ...

High-Rise Architect Seattle

High-Rise Apartments Come to New Parts of Town

In recent years, luxury apartment towers have begun showing up outside the business and retail cores of downtown. In regions across the country, they’ve been taking root in less expected areas, from suburbs and transitional areas to ...


A Bold Solution for a Challenging Property at 'The Triangle'

As the need for housing continues to grow while the availability of buildable land shrinks, developers will increasingly be tasked with maneuvering around challenging sites. In the city of Redmond, WA a stunning new development ...

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