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Came across the website for the architect of 5th and Madison, Ruffcorn Mott Hinthorne Stine, and noticed they had designs for number of downtown/Belltown projects. Most were office space but they did have renderings for 114 Pike, the old Liberty Loan and Pawn building. The design includes 7 levels of office space and 5 residential levels of 1 or 2 homes per floor.

They also had renderings for 3rd and Battery which at one time was going to be the home for the relocated First United Methodist Church. However, the design is for a low-rise office and retail building. In any case, it’ll be a nice addition to this part of Belltown.

Ruffcorn Mott Hinthorne Stine also designed the IDX Tower and Millenium Tower.

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  1. Funny I read this today. I came across these architects twice today prior to checking out your blog. First, I created a profile for the Millennium Tower online and in my research came across Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership (Ruffcorn Mott Hithorne Stine homepage mentions prior partnership of over 10 years). The second was in an article I read in one of our local business newspapers. A church downtown has recently been declared a historical building by the city, and somewhere ZGFP was mentioned as one of the involved parties. good stuff…

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