Brooks + Scarpa has won a competition to design a new park-and-ride plaza for the future Angle Lake light rail station in Seattle. As part of the 1.6-mile South 200th Link Extension, which will connect Angle Lake to the airport and downtown area by 2016, the $30 million complex will provide the station’s anticipated 5,400 passengers with a pedestrianized plaza, drop-off and retail area, as well as a 1,050-stall parking garage and 35,000 square feet of reserved space for future transit-oriented development.
The Los Angeles-based practice won the commission as part of a collaboration with Harbor Pacific/Graham and BergerABAM. Construction is expected to begin this fall.
Competition: Angle Lake Light Rail Station
Award: First Prize
Architects: Brooks + Scarpa Architects
Location: South 200th Street, Seattle, WA, USA
Photographs: Brooks + Scarpa
Brooks + Scarpa Design Park-And-Ride Plaza for Seattle Rail Station originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website on 08 Apr 2014.send to Twitter
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