CallisonRTKL designs Kimpton property in Bellevue, Washington

Kimpton property in Bellevue, Washington
The property will be Kimpton’s fifth hotel in Washington State.

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants and Fana Group of Companies are scheduled to open a new hotel in the Seattle, Washington suburb of Bellevue. The 120-room new-construction project is part of a major, mixed-use development scheduled to break ground in early 2017. The development will include two high-rise towers and 270 apartments.

The architect for the Bellevue project is CallisonRTKL.

Slated for a 2019 opening, the new Bellevue Kimpton will occupy the development's North Tower and will have approximately 5,000 square feet of meeting space, a street-level, full-service restaurant, a heated rooftop pool with adjacent event space and lounge, and a fitness center.

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Located in downtown Bellevue, the new hotel will be near Bellevue Square, Lincoln Center and the Bravern.

For Kimpton, Bellevue will be the brand's eighth hotel in the Pacific Northwest, joining four properties in Seattle, including the Hotel Monaco Seattle, Hotel Vintage Seattle, Palladian and the Alexis, along with three in Portland: the Hotel Monaco Portland, the Hotel Vintage Portland and the RiverPlace Hotel.

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