Located in the heart of downtown Seattle near Pike Place Market, Viktoria is a 25-story upscale residential tower with 249 apartment units, six levels of parking above grade, and street-level retail. With dazzling 360-degree panoramic views of the city and water, the entire 25th floor is devoted to socially-focused amenities.
One of Viktoria's most prominent features is its column-free floor plans. The structure has no internal columns from the core to the exterior glass line. By increasing slab thickness around the perimeter of the core and creating a "drophead", spans were increased to nearly forty feet. This resulted in column free space from core to glass line at all levels.
Elimination of all interior columns produced numerous benefits, including greatly improved interior design flexibility, seismic rebar reductions, elimination of all transfer beams, and reduced construction cost.
2016 2nd Place, High-Rise Category
Excellence in Concrete Construction
American Concrete Institute
2016 Honors Winner
Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
2015 National Gold Award - Structural System
American Council of Engineering Companies, Washington State Chapter
2015 Winner, Cast-in-Place Structure
Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2015 Awards of Merit
The Structural Engineers Association of Illinois
2014 Merit Award - Residential
ENR Northwest, Best Projects Award
LEED NC Certified
U.S. Green Building Council