Bellevue Beat | Pinnacle Bellevue multi-tower project proposed at QFC and Bartell Drugs' site in downtown Bellevue
Canadian developer Pinnacle International has submitted design review and master development plans for Pinnacle Bellevue North. The seven-tower, mixed-used residential project is part of the massive multi-tower development proposal that Pinnacle submitted to the city of Bellevue in February 2020. Per city records, Pinnacle Bellevue will be developed on two land parcels directly north of Bellevue Square.
The site for Pinnacle Bellevue North is located 10112 NE 10th St, presently home to Le Chateau apartment complex and an office building that serves as QFC headquarters. As reported by PSBJ, Pinnacle Bellevue North will have 1,154 residential units in seven towers, ranging in size from eight to 25 and 26 stories. There will be 60,000-sf of office space and 131,000-sf retail space (including the grocery and pharmacy stores) at the base of the two tallest towers.
According to the initial proposal in 2020, Pinnacle Bellevue South project will have multiple residential towers with 1,089 residences, one 180-room hotel, nearly 180,100 square feet of commercial retail space, and 1,750 underground parking stalls. Located at 10116 NE 8th Street, just north of Bellevue Square, the property currently is occupied by QFC Bellevue Village and Bartell Drugs.
The Vancouver, BC-based Pinnacle International originally purchased the 11-acre land parcels for $145 million in October 2018. Pinnacle will be partnering with global architecture firm JYOM of Vancouver on the project.
Published: February 17, 2020; updated March 1, 2021
Renderings courtesy of JYOM