Stadium Place

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Commonly referred to as the North Lot Development, the project entails nearly 4 acres of undeveloped land that is currently being used for event parking at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.  Ideally located next to the region’s transit hub, the proposed development will be the largest transit oriented development project in the Pacific Northwest.  At completion it will encompass nearly 1.5 million square feet of uses, including for sale and for rent residential, a hotel, office, and retail components.

In 2007 the current owner of the land, King County, selected a partnership of Nitze-Stagen & Co., Inc. and Opus Northwest after a national RFP.  In 2008, Nitze-Stagen & Co., Inc. transferred its partnership interest to its development affiliate, Real Estate, LLC, to complete the necessary entitlement work and move the project forward.  In 2005, Daniels Real Estate, LLC. purchased the partnership interest held by Opus and are partnering with the R.D, Merrill company on the project.

In Febraury 2010 after nearly four years of work, the company completed all of the necessary entitlement work with the City of Seattle and received a Master Use Permit for the project, and the project is now under construction.  With the variety of potential uses and its unparalleled location, the project is poised to be the first development project to commence in the next real estate cycle.

The project as permitted allows the following-

Residential Housing – up to 740 units with approximately 699,000 square feet

Retail-  up to 50,000 square feet

Office- up to 180,000 square feet

Parking- 750 parking stalls

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The Future of Pioneer Square The Future of Pioneer Square:
3/5/2010 Watch this video from the Seattle Channel City Inside/Out exploring the future of Seattle's most historic neighborhood. In the studio are Anne Fennessy, Pioneer Square business owner and resident, Kevin Daniels, President of Nitze-Stagen, Leslie Smith, director of the Alliance for Pioneer Square and Nancy Yamamoto of the city`s Office of Economic Development who is leading the effort.