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Bogtown Flats Wins at NAIOP Night of the Stars!

December 05, 2019

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We are so excited and honored to announce that Bogtown Flats won top honors at NAIOP Night of the Stars, and was named the Multifamily Residential Development of the Year: 100 Units or less.

Our Madison25 and Paceline projects were also finalists for the Multifamily Residential Development of the Year: More than 100 Units category. 

All three Rush projects were developed by Rush Development, built by Rush Commercial, financed by Rush Capital and Madison25's commercial space is managed by Rush Properties.

The three projects were in good company with the incredible project finalists at this year's NAIOP Washington Night of the Stars, NAIOP's fourth-largest chapter in North America.

BOGTOWN FLATS

Screen Shot 2019-09-10 at 4.55.50 PMBogtown Flats encompasses a mid-century modern vibe while still paying homage to its Greenwood location. The project design is a fresh approach to mid-century modern. In effort to preserve natural resources, Bogtown was designed with sustainable innovations, including solar panels, LED programmed lighting, and all low flow fixtures. Part of Bogtown Flats’ success has been the Developers’ embracing the MFTE program in order to provide more high quality & affordable housing in Seattle.

Team:

Developer/Owner(s): The Rush Companies and Pastakia & Associates

Architecture Firm:  Encore Architects

General Contractor: Rush Commercial 

Broker Firm: Rush Capital

Engineering Firm:  Bykonen Carter Quinn

Property Management: Edison47 

​​​​Interior Architect/Designer Firm: Vida Design

Landscape: Weisman Design Group  

Special Inspections: Mayes Testing 

Envelope Consultant: BEE Consulting 


MADISON25

DJI_0064Madison25, in Tacoma’s booming Proctor District, makes a definitive statement in urban luxury. Its spacious layouts are flooded in natural light, designer finishes, and upscale metropolitan amenities.

141 apartments, first floor commercial spaces and below ground parking make up 6 total floors. Madison25 is topped with a roof top entertainment area sporting spectacular views.

Delivered on-time and under budget, Madison’s 100th apartment was rented just shy of five months after opening its doors.

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Team:

Developer/Owner: The Rush Companies
Architecture Firm:  BCRA
General Contractor: Rush Commercial 
Broker Firm: Rush Capital
Engineering Firm:  Yu & Trochalakis, PLLC
Property Management: Edison47 
​​​​Interior Architect/Designer Firm: American Design
Construction/Project Manager Firm: Rush Commercial 

Major Sub/Vendor(s): 

DaySpring Construction
Carmona Construction
Alliance Steel
JM Corp & Son, Inc.
Cornell Plumbing & Heating
Sprinx Fire Protection, Inc.
Emerald Aire, Inc.


PACELINE

PacelineLocated on the Interurban Trail, just South Shoreline’s Town Hall, Paceline includes two, six-story residential buildings, which are oriented around an interior courtyard that offers private outdoor space and a standalone amenity clubhouse.

It’s 221 units include 16 lofted live/work units and studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor plans. With ample bike storage, onsite bike repair, and a direct trail link to Seattle, Paceline is a pioneer carless development in emerging Shoreline.

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Team:

Developer/Owners:  Trent Development & The Rush Companies

Architecture Firm: Clark | Barnes

General Contractor: Rush Commercial 

Broker Firm: Rush Capital

Property Management: Edison47 

 

Major Sub/Vendor(s): 


CT Engineering

RAM Engineering

Abossein Engineering

Associated Earth Sciences

 

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