Arrivé Construction Begins in Downtown Seattle

Construction of the high-rise structure is expected to continue into early 2019.

📅   Mon May 08, 2017 - West Edition


The Arrivé is a 41-story tower that will be one of the first for-rent mixed-use properties in downtown Seattle.
The Arrivé is a 41-story tower that will be one of the first for-rent mixed-use properties in downtown Seattle.

Construction has begun on the 41-story tower previously known as the Potala Tower on 2116 4th in downtown Seattle. The revitalized name and marketing campaign is a joint venture between The Molasky Group + Binjiang Tower Corp. which plans to complete the project by the first quarter of 2019 with the help of investment capitol and renewed commitment from EB5.

"The building has a new name and look reflective of the high-value experience we plan to deliver to those who will want to live here," says Mike Doran, The Molasky Group executive in charge of the design and construction. "The name Arrivé is aspirational and resonates well with our target demographics. The logo uniquely reflects elements of the building's iconic design while conveying the upscale positioning of the property."

Located at the confluence of Seattle's most vibrant neighborhoods, Arrivé will be one of the first for-rent mixed-use properties in downtown Seattle with ground level retail, an upscale hotel, well-amenitized apartments, and secure below grade parking. It is adjacent to the landmark Seattle Cinerama on 4th Avenue and only two blocks from Amazon's three million square foot headquarters. The general contractor is Denver, CO-based PCL, the sixth largest contractor in the United States. The architect is Weber Thompson, Seattle's most notable architectural firm.

For more information and to be placed on the interest list visit www.arriveseattle.com.