Examples of Seattle’s Living Building Pilot program projects

Bullitt Center

Completed in 2013, the Bullitt Center has achieved full Living Building Challenge certification, following all 20 imperatives.

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550 Mercer St

A development proposal in Uptown allowing a 9-story office building with first floor retail. The building is pursuing LBC 4.0 Petal certification under the Materials petal.

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Aegis Living Lake Union

An assisted living community opened in August 2022, Aegis Living Lake Union is Petal certified for Energy, Place, and Beauty.

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Westbank 380 Unit Residential Tower

A residential tower proposed to be built in the First Hill neighborhood. They plan to pursue Living Building Pilot Program certification under the Energy petal, proposing innovative ways to integrate into the district energy system.

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Washington Holdings, Liza Eastlake luxury apartments

Opening in 2024, the Liza Eastlake luxury apartments complex is pursuing the Living Building Challenge Petal certification for the Energy, Place, and Beauty petals.

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Washington Holdings

A 230 unit residential building proposed to begin construction in 2025

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35 Stone:

Projected to be completed in 2024, 35 Stone is a retail and office space pursuing Petal certification in Materials, Place, and Beauty.

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Inspire, 3825 Bridge Way N

A 42 unit residential building in Fremont, Inspire is certified for the Energy petal, producing 105% of the electricity it uses on site using photovoltaic cells and energy conservation strategies.

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Watershed Building, 900 N 34th St

A seven story commercial office building, Watershed was completed in Spring 2020 pursuing the Place, Materials, and Beauty petals.

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400 Westlake

An office building with first floor retail, 400 Westlake is pursuing Petal certification with the Energy, Place, and Beauty petals.

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PCC Community Markets

The PCC locations in Ballard, Bellevue, and West Seattle are Petal certified for Materials, Place, and Beauty.

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See more completed Living Buildings from around the world at https://living-future.org/case-studies/.