Murano Senior Living
New urban senior housing to serve Seattle’s First Hill community
The Archdiocese of Seattle and St. James Cathedral envision the Murano Senior Living building to serve the growing, aging population of Seattle. This 373,400-sf tower and podium project will offer an engaging street-level experience in the First Hill neighborhood where affiliated church programs and services would be available for the community, as well as residents. Murano Senior Living will be a 23-story concrete residential building with commercial space on the first few levels. The high-rise will have two below-grade parking levels for valet parking and 237 residential units. Amenities will include a restaurant, café, lounge areas, auditorium, art studio, cinema, salon, classroom, fitness facilities, commercial kitchen and laundry facilities.
DCI is providing structural and civil engineering support for this project. The structural engineering staff compiled the permit and design drawing sets of the framing systems. The civil engineers developed street improvement plans and a stormwater management design with bioretention planters to comply with the City of Seattle’s specific drainage codes.
- Engaging street-level podium.
- Two levels of below-grade valet parking (129 stalls).
- 237 residential units and communal amenities.