Client: Mack Urban, LLC
Architect: Nicholson Kovalchick Architects
Project Size: 184,000 sf
- Informing Design
- Seattle Energy Code Envelope Compliance
- LEED for Homes - Midrise Energy Modeling
- Utility Incentive Coordination
Smith and Burns is a new 150 unit mid-rise development in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The project is targeting ‘Silver’ under the LEED for Homes Mid-Rise rating system. The project incorporates a range of energy and water efficient systems like the exclusively LED lighting design (integrated occupancy sensors in designated areas), variable refrigerant flow (VRF) split-type multi-zone system to condition the common areas on Level 1, the rooftop gas-fired make-up air (MUA) units have a variable flow drive (VFD) control to regulate the ventilation rate in the corridors, EnergyStar rated appliances, low-flow plumbing fixtures and, condensing domestic hot water heaters.