Located just down the road from our recent Tenant Improvement project for Cone Architects, we have broken ground on our newest project: a mixed-use 26,000 sf, wood-framed apartment building at 4612 Stone Way N., in the Wallingford neighborhood. Named “The Rocket” by our client (their second project with us), this apartment building will be home to 55 SEDU (small efficiency dwelling units), ranging from 251 – 321 sf with 3 units at 399 sf. The building will be 5 floors with a daylight basement – 5 stories of living and a 2080 sf street-facing commercial unit on the ground floor. Designed by Cone Architects, the building will be built to 4 star Built Green standards and will use cutting edge solar thermal technology for its hot water. Clark will be working with the same vendor for this system as used on our Noco Apartments in Columbia City, completed in 2018. Being built 13 ft below street level, this challenging site in a dense urban zone will require beam and lagging shoring for the complex retaining. It also will require removal and safe disposal of contaminated soils, as the property was home to The Rocket gas station in the ‘50’s. Anticipated completion September 2021.