ARTS at King Street Station

Seattle, WA

This welcoming art and cultural space at Seattle’s historic King Street Station honors and celebrates indigenous communities and persons of color

  • One of the first registered LEED v4 projects in Seattle
  • Reduced carbon by renovating an existing, historic building
  • Helped shape the marketplace by pushing for low-emitting materials in an early adopter market
  • Honorable Mention: 2019 AIA of Washington Honors Awards
  • Winner: 2019 AIA Seattle Honor Award for Washington Architecture, Young Voices Selection
  • Winner: 2019 AGC Build Washington Awards, Construction Excellence Award, Public Building $2M-$5M

ARTS at King Street Station is a 17,500 square-foot space on top of Seattle’s historic King Street Station that boasts flexible, multi-use areas, including office, gallery, and community spaces.  Both artists and community members can reconfigure the displays to accommodate changing exhibitions and events.  O’Brien360 joined the project at the schematic design phase as LEED Project Manager to ensure that all Improvements met the City’s policy for Sustainable Buildings and Sites, and to pursue LEED v4 Gold for Commercial Interiors. The project achieved LEED Gold in September of 2022.