New Seattle Hotel/Condo Highrise Planned for Denny Triangle

Denny Triangle Condos - SeattleOfficials of GIS International Group said Wednesday that they’re starting to plan development of a hotel-condo building in the Denny Triangle area of downtown Seattle.

The project is planned for the corner of Stewart Street and Minor Avenue, according to a press release on GIS’s website. The site, which is now a parking lot, is the same place where GIS planned a 25-story hotel and residential project six years ago.

In 2007, Eugene Gershman of Seattle-based GIS told the Puget Sound Business Journal that the project would have 150 cube-shaped, studio condominiums with 16-foot ceilings. The condominiums were to be on 14 floors above a 14-story, 150-room hotel. A restaurant or retail was planned for the first floor.

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