Chophouse Row is open for business!
Wish you were here! Come visit! 11th and Pike!
Chophouse Row appeared on today’s Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, “Chophouse Row opens with retail, office and 3 penthouses.” Liz Dunn, president of Dunn & Hobbes, developer of Seattle favorites such as Melrose Market, says “This project was the most challenging we’ve ever tackled on a number of fronts: the creation of new public space; […]
The Mews are taking shape! The picture below was taken yesterday, facing 11th Avenue near the inter-block courtyard. You can see the existing clay tile walls of the Chophouse on your right, delicately disassembled to expose the easement between the Chophouse and the Baker Linen Building, which houses Retrofit and Cupcake Royale. Restaurants and shops […]
SKL is a proud sponsor of Design in Public and this year’s Seattle Design Festival. We have a history of involvement with Design in Public. Gladys was on the advisory board that generated the ideas on which Design in Public was founded. Rick was a founding board member of Design in Public. This year, Nicole […]
Piles of insulation temporarily sit in the future courtyard where outdoor restaurant seating will occur!
For our Thursday Crit, John gave SKL and our friends and collaborators from Graham Baba a tour of Chophouse Row. The construction is moving quickly for a late fall opening. We will be hosting an event during the Seattle Design Festival in our office’s courtyard, overlooking the Chophouse Row construction site. Please join us! […]
Chophouse Row looks good in front of a crowd…even without its skin.
Developer Liz Dunn presented Chophouse Row yesterday afternoon to a rotating group of about 40 people. Liz spoke on urban design and the future of the neighborhood. Join us at this exact spot in September for what we call the 11th and Pike “Inter-block” Party! Part of the Seattle Design Festival this fall, we will be hosting a […]
Chophouse Row frequently appears in the Capitol Hill blog as retail and restaurants are officially announced. Just today, Chophouse Row was included in a list of Capitol Hill projects that have successfully used the preservation incentive program along the Pike/Pine corridor. Chophouse Row uses most of the structure and material of an existing two-story, building to create […]