624 Yale Avenue N. – Seattle, WA

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624 Yale Avenue N.

Seattle, Washington
GGLO / Bernheimer Architecture
Coughlin Porter Lundeen
JTM Construction / The Blume Company
FERO Products Used
FAST Thermal Bracket™ Offset Shelf Angle Support
624 Yale is a new, mixed-use, two-tower apartment complex located near Lake Union

This structure was created of mostly steel, concrete, brick, and glass, creating a modern yet sustainable design. “Each tower features post-tensioned decks with concrete cores and shear walls. The south building has three levels of underground parking and the north tower includes tenant storage in the basement. The exterior features two-tone masonry with window wall construction. Although not a LEED certified, the project is built using best ‘green’ construction practices. The rooftop also features solar panels and rooftop landscaping.” (JTM Construction, 2021, retrieved here)

FERO FAST Thermal Brackets were used in the building envelope design to ensure continuous insulation and optimized thermal performance. Using FAST Thermal Brackets enabled the design team to:

  1. Incorporate a thermal break instead of a thermal bridge in the smart, energy-efficient shelf angle design;
  2. Meet or exceed energy code requirements;
  3. Achieve energy and cost efficiencies; and
  4. Provide easy installation for the contractors.
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