Main Street Plaza
Timeless architectural design creating a unique, boutique style building. A large fan shaped marquee wraps over a two sided entry announcing the formal entrance to the furniture store. The exterior of the building is an attractive combination of stucco and brick with a flat roof. The residential entry is very private with a wrought iron gate from the entry plaza. A courtyard garden atrium has been developed that appears as a sunken garden from the public right of way on NE 108th of which the building tenants have the exclusive use of. Sitting on a city corner, the building occupies the end of the block between 107th Avenue and 108th Avenue at Main Street in Bellevue, Washington giving three street side exposures to the building. Main Street Plaza is centrally located on Main Street near the Old Bellevue neighborhood, the Downtown Park, Bellevue and Lincoln Squares.
Building type: Five story mixed use, containing 32,852 sf of retail space, 48 residential apartments with two sub-grade levels of parking.
Square footage: 138,966
Lot size: .668 acres
Architect: Weber Thompson, Blaine Weber
Our work: Purchased land and went through the land development, building design and permit processes over a period of three years. Sold the project permit ready to another developer in 2002. Masin’s Furniture was located on the 1st floor, currently that space is occupied by Selden’s Furniture .
Address: 10708 Main Street, Bellevue, Washington