Stadium Place is the centerpiece of the 1,100,000 SF North Lot Development, a transformational mixed-use project that includes two city blocks and nearly four acres of previously undeveloped land that was used for event parking for two adjacent professional sports venues in Seattle’s South Downtown. Ideally located next to the region’s primary transit hub, the project is the largest transit oriented development in the Pacific Northwest, adding necessary 24/7 live-work-play vitality to a previously uninhabited part of Seattle’s urban core. The 675,000 SF Phase 1 Stadium Place was designed to simultaneously blend with and quite literally reflect the buildings within the adjacent historic Pioneer Square, making a bold statement about the rejuvenation of the district and acting as a catalyst for future development. Two distinct but complementary residential towers—The Nolo and The Wave—form Stadium Place and rise above a shared retail and parking podium, each offering 360 degree views of the city and a range of indoor and outdoor amenities for residents. The 11-story Nolo mimics the scale and character of the adjacent historic masonry buildings and is aimed at attracting residents who desire loft style living with high ceilings, raw finishes, and open floor plans. The 26-story Wave has a faceted and deliberate ethereal quality, offering an upscale living experience. The project is LEED-Silver certified.