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Leilani Square

Efficient Designs For Apartments: A multi-building development in a growing neighborhood

Leilani Square is the latest example of DCI Engineers finding design solutions that do more with less material. The three-building apartment complex consists of 273 apartments, 10 live/work units and 1,445-sf of ground-floor retail space. Located in the growing Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle, Leilani Square represents a new standard of mixed-use urban living in the area.

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Location:
Seattle, WA
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Square Feet:
272,000
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Stories:
4
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Service:
Structural
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Industries:
Multi-Family Residential
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Primary Material:
Concrete, Wood

Project Highlights

  • DCI was able to save the client money on material costs by maximizing joint spacing and utilizing Hem-Fir, a cheaper alternative to conventional Douglas Fir construction.
  • A concrete transfer slab over the top of the parking provides a pedestal for the upper wood-framed floors as well as an outdoor pool.
  • A 128-space parking garage is provided in a two-story below-grade podium, constructed with post-tensioned concrete slabs.

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