Rendering Credit: Cloudvue, MZA Architecture

The largest proposed high-rise project in Bellevue, Cloudvue, recently applied for Land Use Code Variance approval. This refers to adding square footage to one level of the hotel and residential building, tower 2. It was originally proposed to be above 80 feet, and is now proposed to be 14,560 square feet.

The Variance is associated with the Design Review that was originally applied for regarding a new development with three towers on a 4.5 acre site. Tower 1, located at the corner of Northeast 8th Street and 108th Avenue Northeast, is planned to be office use with ground floor retail. Tower 2, located in the center of the site, is planned to be a hotel and multi-family residential use with ground floor retail. Tower 3, located at the corner of Northeast 8th Avenue and 110th Avenue Northeast, is planned to be office use with ground floor retail.

All three towers would sit on top of a below-grade garage with seven levels, and approximately 2,200 parking stalls. The three towers are each planned to be 600 feet tall.

The project, Cloudvue, will feature 416 residential units, 54 residential stories, and 286 hotel rooms. There will also be 40,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

Water features are planned to be included in the development, including a “mist garden”, as well as a live-events venue, called “The Playhouse.”

The first phase of the project would include the office tower on the west side of the property, and is slated to reach completion in 2026. The residential tower, inclusive of the hotel, would reach completion eight months later, as well as the “mist garden”.

Cloudvue was previously referred to as Elev8. It was purchased in 2018 for $128 million from the developer, Plus Investment USA. They originally purchased the property in 2014 for $75.9 million.

10855 NE 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004

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