Cardwell Architects, in association with Koetter Kim Architects, was selected by the Port of Seattle to prepare an urban design plan for a major piece of Seattle's waterfront. The project examined the potential for the development of the Port of Seattle's central waterfront and upland properties. The work included a series of development alternatives that integrated maritime uses, including a passenger ship terminal, fish processing plant, and maritime heritage museum with office, retail, residential and hotel uses. The buildings were organized around a core of public amenities and connections that defined the urban character of the project.


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