SEATTLE, Sept. 24, 2017 : Arrive is starting to take its place of prominence along the Seattle skyline, says Mike Doran, project executive for developers The Molasky Group of Companies + Binjiang Group.
The downtown Seattle mixed-use property is nearly halfway through its anticipated build schedule, with the 15th floor being placed this week. "Despite the extraordinarily wet 2016/2017 winter, and labor disputes this past summer, the project has been able to track within a week of our anticipated schedule," adds Doran.

Arrive is 41-story mixed use tower currently under construction in downtown Seattle. Located in one of Seattle's most vibrant neighborhoods, Arrive will be one of the first for-rent mixed-use properties in downtown Seattle with ground level retail, an upscale hotel, well-amenitized apartments, and secure below grade parking. It is adjacent to the landmark Seattle Cinerama on 4th Avenue and only two blocks from Amazon's three million square foot headquarters. The development partners are Las Vegas-based The Molasky Group and China-based Binjiang Group. The general contractor is Denver, CO-based PCL, the sixth largest contractor in the United States. The architect is Weber Thompson, Seattle's most notable architectural firm. The Los Angeles office of Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), the world leader in interior design, is creating the signature decor at Arrive.

(Posted on 24 September 2017, 1685691466 3O231O217O107)