Alley24 is a six-story mixed-use project in the middle of the revitalized Cascade neighborhood across from REI’s flagship store. As one of Seattle’s first mixed-use projects developed under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED-certified standards, Alley24 was an early leader in transforming South Lake Union into a thriving urban neighborhood with a sustainable future.
The full-block project includes renovation of the historic Richmond Laundry Building, converted into moderate-rate and affordable apartment units, as well as new construction of office and retail space. The innovative design of the structures, with natural ventilation, central light wells, operable windows, and creative sun shading, allow more individual control of the environment. The result is improved resource efficiency, lower utility costs, and a happier, healthier environment for employees, tenants, and residents.
|LEED Silver (Comm.) & LEED Certified (Resid.)
|Baladeuse by James Harrison
By the Numbers
Blending Old and New
Alley24 integrates new construction with renovation of the existing Richmond Laundry Building to create a dynamic mix of uses and sustainable elements attractive to high-quality companies.
See what else makes Alley24 notable
National Sustainable Development of the Year Award, Alley24
“Good Design Is Good Business” Award, Alley24
Global Sustainable Leadership Award for Design & Development Highly Commended Honor, Alley24
The Nationals 2007 Gold Award for Best Brochure, Alley 24
Night of the Stars Award for Best Mixed-Use Development of the Year, Alley24
Night of the Stars Award for Best Sustainable Development of the Year, Alley24
Preserving the Past While Protecting the Future
Founded on a deep commitment to sustainability, our approach to adaptive reuse and historic preservation is visible throughout South Lake Union, which during the first half of the 20th century was home to many light industrial uses.
Leading Change Through Green Development
The Pacific Northwest is known for its natural beauty and Seattle, with its views of the Puget Sound and lush greenery, is no exception. In this setting, Vulcan Real Estate was founded in 2001 with a novel approach to real estate development.