The Urban Land Institute recently published an interesting case study for a project in Seattle called Chophouse Row.
It is the last phase in a series of projects that the developer, Liz Dunn, has been involved with in the neighborhood over the last 16 years.
This particular project has 25,317 sf of office, 6,379 sf of retail, and 4,795 sf of residential (3 penthouses). It also incorporates a heritage building. Good example of fine-grained urban infill.
Here is the video (click here if you can’t see it below):