Lucille on Roosevelt
Dense city-dwelling designed with the resident and developer in mind.
Sited just blocks north of the University District in Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood, the Lucille on Roosevelt is a new mixed-use development housing both commercial and residential programs.
The project activates the northern blocks of the Roosevelt commercial corridor with increased density and street-facing commercial spaces, such as restaurants and bars.
The building concept is structured around an interior alleyway, granting users a dynamic experience while passing through on their way to the Roosevelt light rail station (2021 completion), the bus stop, and the various cultural activities the Roosevelt neighborhood has to offer.
Construction on the property, which will feature 106 residential units above more than 3,500 square feet of commercial space, is underway, with expected completion in Fall 2018.
This is a milestone project for Board & Vellum because it’s the first to utilize all three of our studios: Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture.
B&V Project Team:
Jeff Pelletier, AIA, CPHC – Principal
Todd Martell – Architectural Design Team
Brian Baker, AIA – Architecture
Matthew Hagen, AIA – Architecture
Hayley Buckbee – Architectural Design Team
Charles Fadem – Interior Design
Monika Shreves – Interior Design
Zack Thomas, PLA, LEED AP ND – Site Design Lead
Derek Reeves – Landscape Design Team
Lance Hayes, AIA – Construction Observation
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