New downsized development plan for 2nd & Pike
Seattle Times business staff
Seattle developer Urban Visions has a new, downsized plan for its half-acre parking lot at the prominent corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street.
The firm has proposed a 15-story, 325-foot building with 133,000-square-feet of office space, 20 apartments, 6,000 square feet of shops and restaurants, and 175 underground parking stalls, according to the city Department of Planning and Development’s permit database.
Urban Visions previously had proposed a 35-story, 440-foot tower — most recently apartments, and before that condos and a hotel.