Innovation Meets Geometry at Angle Lake Transit Center

Innovation Meets Geometry at Angle Lake Transit Center

December 19, 2017

When Seattle’s Sea-Tac Airport extended an important transit line 1.6 miles to a new $30 million parking structure and public plaza, the visibility of the site spurred them to seek a dynamic and memorable façade for the five-level rectangular structure resulting in the unique structure, Angle Lake Transit Center // Photo by Benjamin Benschneider

With ample space for people to live, work, and play, brooks + scarpa’s ‘angle lake’ transit station and plaza in seattle is a sustainable mixed-use facility consisting of a 1-acre connecting plaza and community event spaces, a drop-off area for light rail users, retail space with dedicated bike storage and parking and a 35,000 square-foot parcel for future transit-oriented development. it also includes a parking structure for 1,150 cars designed to accommodate conversion to new future uses. serving over 2,500 passengers daily, including the headquarters for alaska airlines, angle lake station is an important transit hub in the sound transit portfolio of transit facilities. MOORE...

Walter P Moore - Angle Lake Transit