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Building Mann Building LLC
Location Seattle, WA
Client Wild Ginger Restaurant
Size 40,000 square feet
Completed June 2000
Cost $12 million

Renovation of the historical Mann building into a mixed-use project was started in November 1999. The Wild Ginger restaurant moved from its location on Western Avenue into the first two floors. Commercial and restaurant offices were located on the third floor. On the rooftop, a fully functional, working greenhouse was installed to provide exotic herbs and edible plants for the restaurant. This is the first of its kind in downtown Seattle and reinforces The Wild Ginger’s reputation as a world-class eating destination. The last part of Phase 1 will create temporary parking in the basement.

The project was completed in two phases. Phase 1 created temporary parking in the basement along with the restaurant and offices. Phase 2 converted the 2 level basement parking space into a state-of-the-art theatre and musical performance club, called the Triple Door, with dressing rooms being added to the third floor.

was hired by the owners to assist in managing the development of the project. During construction, served as the owner’s rep, coordinating all aspects of the project (RFI’s, submittals and budget) with the architect and general contractor.

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