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TIM LEHMAN URBDP 573 Final Portfolio


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The building on the corner of Pike and 12th Ave should be a new consideration. The faรงade is muted with a concrete industrial look. Below on the street level the large doors and windows that were once used for the automotive industry are still very visible and function with the commercial businesses that now reside within the building.

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The goal of this project was to use photoshop to show a relocation of a building in the PPCOD. The building chosen for this relocation project is the 1300 East Pike Street Building. This building was chosen due to the retail shops and the window space that would be a great fit for the relocation space. The 1300 East Pike Street Building already fit the existing grading for the Shell site, thus making it a cost effective choice due to the amount of excavation that would be required for the other two buildings that were also candidates.

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Elevation View from East Pike Street

Perspective View from East Pike Street/Broadway One issue will be that the new relocated building will cover up the signage of the building to the north.

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Notice the Shell sign that will be left on site. This later can be turned into a sign that the community can decide a use for.

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The goal of this assignment was to create a book cover that showed how the character of the PPCOD. By taking photos and notes on a personal trip I chose to use Chophouse Row as my example of what the PPCOD has become.

The preservation and sustainable development that is occurring in the Pike/Pine Conservation Overlay District is helping to re-establish the community that it once was accustomed to at a different scale. Buildings that once housed cars to be sold to the upper class are now being turned into mixed use development, preserving the auto-row architecture of the 1940s with some buildings paying homage to the past like the Pike Motorworks building on Harvard Avenue and East Pike which is an apartment complex with retail on the first floor.

Tim Lehman is a double major trying to attain Master Degrees in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design and Planning. He once lived in Capitol Hill off of Melrose and Pine. As a child he would visit his father at Premier Auto body, a body shop where Chophouse Row now sits.

Patrons are no longer perusing window shops passing by in automobiles, now instead people are on foot or on a bike. Even though automobiles are not being used to the degree that they once were, the PPCOD is still able to utilize the large windows to attract the different customers walking or biking by. In fact the new sustainable development has led to the creation of more shops and have been able to create niches like Chophouse Row. Sustainable development has led to buildings like the Chophouse Row that was created in the summer of 2015. An area that is now filled with small shops, cafes, and hair salons once used to be an auto body shop filled with high end cars sent by the surrounding car dealerships to be worked fixed.

With the current development plan the PPCOD will continue to develop mixed use buildings that will help support small business and continue to bring interest not only from the residents of Capitol Hill but people from all over the Greater Seattle Area.

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A new look on Auto-row Architecture

“An interesting look into the new development of Capitol Hill.” Anonymous “Just Tops!” Someone just passing by


Assignment 4

The goal of this project was to visually show Transfer of Development rights using Sketchup, ArcGIS and Photoshop.

The Receiving site is on the corner of Pike and Melrose. It currently is a restaurant and two stories of office space. The two adjacent parcels where chosen because it is the same owner and has huge potential. Of the 21,200 sf available only 5,490 sf has been built upon with a three story building totaling 16,470 sf. This area is zoned as NC3P-85 making the FAR a 6. There is currently 129,751 sf not being used on the site. Atleast 8 floors of mixed used space could potentially be built on this site.

Sending Site: Ferrari Dealership

Receiving Site: Corner of Melrose and Pike 21,200 sf

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Sketchup ArcGIS Photoshop Illustrator

The Ferrari Dealership parcel was chosen for its Development Rights because it was zoned in NC3P-65 and it was only a one story building. With a foot print just over 17,000 sf the parcel itself was 18,233 sf providing an existing FAR or .94. The maximum FAR allowed is 4.75, meaning that there is definite development potential. With the Ferrari site there is 66,151 sf to be transferred. The highest best used would be to add some residential on top of the Ferrari building making the PPCOD even more dense.

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Transfer Building Overview


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Existing FAR

Note: I only chose to go 10 stories I chose not to go to the full potential of the site to help preserve some views and light for the surrounding buildings. This model only uses 84,316 sf.

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Perspective using Sketchup

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Manual Black and White Photos

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Charcoal Drawings

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Freehand Sketches and Drawings


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