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Bay Vista Tower
Seattle, WA

MBB designed the 26-story Bay Vista Tower to include 20,000 SF of retail space, 76 luxury condominiums, 100,000 SF of office space and 25,000 SF of rooftop landscaping and recreation facilities, and an underground parking garages for over 200 vehicles. The facility includes state-of-the-art HVAC systems with sophisticated energy conservation elements, security control, noise control, fire and life safety systems, and supporting utilities. Building environment is a unique combination of quality construction and people-oriented design. It is a building created for individuals with safety and security in mind. Condominium living spaces comfortably coexist above, and atop of attractive office spaces. All of the residences were laid out to take advantage of unparalleled scenic views -  impressive views of mountains, water and city lights at every turn. It is a 26-story, concrete ductile moment frame with post-tensioned floor slabs for mixed-use occupancy (first high-rise in Seattle using this structural system). In addition, there is 100,000 square feet of office space designed for maximum flexibility for tenant layouts. The 25,000 square feet of recreation facilities include an indoor swimming pool (swimming pool acts an energy reservoir for the HVAC system), running track, sports court, gardens, exercise room, saunas, Jacuzzi, showers, and consultation rooms.

The Logan Building
Seattle, WA

The ten-story Logan Building (1958-59) was one of the firm’s first major projects: an office building incorporating many innovative features that were first for Seattle when it opened in 1959. It was the first glass curtain wall building completed in Seattle and unlike curtain walls of the Norton Building and then later buildings, the Logan Building was the first in Seattle to be designed with operable windows (fabricated by Fentron Industries of Seattle).  Other notable innovative features of the Logan Building, were demountable walls, air conditioning with suspended ceiling incorporating return air plenums, low voltage switches, floor electrical and telephone outlets fed up through the concrete floor slabs, and solar film applied to the windows. 


  • Aluminum & glass curtain wall

  • Curtain wall with operable windows

  • Demountable partitions

  • Low voltage light switches

  • Poke through floor receptacles

  • Return air ceiling plenum

  • Reflective film on glass


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