Project Tour : Anchor Flats Apartments

• Debbie Anway
• Project Engineer
• Rafn Company

The Anchor Flats Apartment project will be 71 units of new workforce housing in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. The building includes three “live-work” units for in-home businesses, a community room, a rooftop deck, and off-street parking in and adjacent to the building. Anchor Flats is the second Bellwether Housing development supported by Seattle’s Future Fund with 43 local, socially motivated, investors providing $1.9 million to help finance construction of this project. Construction is well underway with a target completion date in the Spring of 2018.

Exterior

Exterior

Exterior of the building looking Southwest with wood framing in progress.

Northeast Property Corner

Northeast Property Corner

Seattle City Light conduit crossing Dexter Avenue North.

Parking Garage

Parking Garage

Electrical transformer vault including red concrete denoting locations of post-tensioned cables inside the concrete PT deck above.

Residential Lobby

Residential Lobby

Plumbing on Level 1 ceiling.

Unit 307

Unit 307

Window installation in unit 307 using Pecora liquid flashing (painted on waterproof flashing).

Unit 401

Unit 401

Unit 401 PEX plumbing rough-in and water meter rough-in.

Unit 515

Unit 515

Weyerhaeuser Parallam PSL engineered roof joists in Unit 515 below rooftop deck.

Roof

Roof

Vapor barrier installation in progress looking North from the Southeast corner of the roof.

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