Building at a Glance - Federal Center




Name: Federal Center South Building 1202

Location: Seattle (4 miles south of downtown)

Owner: U.S. General Services Administration 

Principal Use: Workplace for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 
Includes: Server rooms, small gym

Employees/Occupants: 530
Expected (Design) Occupancy: 736
Percent Occupied: 72%

Gross Square Footage: 209,000
Conditioned Space: 188,587
(Storage rooms and other support spaces are unconditioned)

Distinctions/Awards: 2014 GSA Design Awards: Citation: Interiors; 2014 National Wood Design Awards, WoodWorks; 2013 AIA COTE Top 10 Green Projects; 2013 National Design-Build Award, Design-Build Institute of America; 2013 Outstanding Project Award, New Buildings $30 million to $100 million, National Council of Structural Engineers Associations; 2013 Design Annual Winner, Environmental Graphics, Society for Environment Graphic Design; 2013 Honor Award, Commercial Office Building of the Year, WoodWorks; 2013 Honor Award, First Place for High-Performance Buildings, National Institute of Building Sciences

Total Cost: $72 million
Cost per Square Foot: $354

Substantial Completion/Occupancy: October 2012

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