Bellevue Beat | Pinnacle Bellevue multi-tower project proposed at QFC and Bartell Drugs' site in downtown Bellevue
Canadian developer Pinnacle International has submitted a proposal to Bellevue for a massive multi-tower project in downtown Bellevue. Per city records, Pinnacle Bellevue will be developed on two land parcels directly north of Bellevue Square.
Pinnacle Bellevue South will have six 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 plan for the north portion of the Pinnacle Bellevue project are five residential towers with 849 units, 117,500 square feet of retail, and 1,336 underground parking stalls. Located at 10112 NE 10th St, the property is presently home to Le Chateau apartment complex and an office building that serves as QFC headquarters.
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
Renderings courtesy of JYOM