Wolff’s Sunset Electric Development in Seattle Voted Building of the Year by Daily Journal of Commerce Readers
SEATTLE, March 31, 2015 – The Wolff Company’s 92-unit apartment building, Sunset Electric, on Capitol Hill in Seattle is the winner of the prestigious Daily Journal of Commerce Building of the Year award. Sunset Electric out-paced a strong field of much larger and higher-profile nominees in the popular DJC contest.
Sunset Electric was one of the first multi-family developments permitted and constructed under the Pike/Pine Conservation Overlay District program that rewarded preservation of the historic structure’s façade and character with additional height. The seven-story mixed-use building at 1111 E. Pine is exceptionally efficient and recently received LEED Platinum Certification.
Tim Wolff, EVP Development and Managing Partner of The Wolff Company explained, “We are especially honored to receive this prestigious award because the votes were cast by our peers and members of the building community. Sunset Electric is the product of great teamwork and raises the bar for sustainable development and high-quality multi-family housing.”
The Wolff Company is the owner and developer of Sunset Electric. The building architect was Weber Thompson with Steve Cox, Architect as design consultant and the builder was Compass General Construction.
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Wolff has invested in, acquired and developed high-quality multifamily assets for more than six decades. The Company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and maintains offices in Washington, Massachusetts and California. Contact us at 480.315.9595 or visit us online at www.awolff.com.
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