80 Main

  • 80 Main Was Designed to Blend with Surrounding Historic Buildings
  • Front Entrance to 80 Main
  • 80 Main Lobby
  • Green Roof
  • Roof Deck with Spectacular Views

Project details

80 Main is the first residential building to be constructed in the Pioneer Square Review District in over a decade, bringing 45 units of much needed market-rate housing to the community. This new multi-family building contains six floors of one and two-bedroom apartments and three live/work units on the ground floor with private garden entrances. Each feature high-end finishes and appliances and many have outdoor balconies. A roof deck with entertainment amenities, set amidst a green roof, offers 360° views of the city, Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.

Clark Design Group provided architectural design and construction administration services for this new 7-story building located on the site previously occupied by the Argens Lock & Safe Building, a non-contributing and non-historic structure constructed in 1951 as a warehouse. The building design makes use of materials, scale and transparency that are sympathetic to the district typology, beautifully blending a contemporary aesthetic with the rich history of the late 19th century buildings found in the district.

80 Main’s location is ideal—right next to the planned waterfront park and promenade and close to Seattle’s sports venues and all the entertainment and restaurants this historic neighborhood has to offer. Near major transit hubs, the International District, the Financial District and downtown, 80 Main is just a short distance from all the city has to offer.


Location:   Seattle, WA
Area:   39,852 sq ft
Completion:   June 2016




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