Saltaire collaborated closely with the homeowners, architect, interior designers and tradesmen to create this world-class, 100-acre equestrian estate in the Snoqualmie Valley near Carnation, Washington. The home showcases exceptional finish materials, finely crafted details and an elaborate mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) system. The end result is an almost surreal but utterly timeless design that will be enjoyed by the family for generations to come.

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A stellar example of what a company can do when it thinks creatively and refuses to compromise on qualit, this custom home project had a limited budget to work within. To help alleviate some of the costs, the homeowners contributed "sweat equity", working side by side with Saltaire’s team. In addition, as a nod to the former family homestead, a cherry tree that had to be removed was milled and used to fabricate interior beams, railings, and base trim. In the end, Saltaire delivered a well-detailed, exceptionally built custom home.

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Over the course of several years and multiple remodels, a modest house near Seattle’s Ballard Locks was transformed into a showcase waterfront home with every amenity imaginable. Thanks to careful planning and execution, Saltaire was able to preserve existing rooms while updating or adding new spaces. The remodel was carefully phased to accommodate the homeowners’ evolving needs, as well as their budget constraints.

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High Point

Saltaire was one of only a handful of developers and builders in the region selected to build home collections in Seattle’s High Point neighborhood in West Seattle. Thanks to its innovative, sustainable design, High Point has been recognized with numerous industry accolades including “Best Master Planned Community” and the “Show Your Green” award. In 2007, High Point was one of only five projects chosen worldwide to receive the Urban Land Institute’s prestigious Global Awards for Excellence. In the neighborhood’s first phase, Saltaire developed and built 27, four-star Built Green townhomes. Interiors included recycled wood countertops, low-VOC paint, tankless hot water heaters, recycled insulation and extra low-e windows. In addition, Saltaire participated in the Built Green Model Home project, incorporating a solar hot water heating system, and many additional energy efficient elements into the collection’s model home.

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Located in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood, the Leona is a historical landmark which features both wood-frame and concrete construction . Saltaire renovated the original 100-year-old brick building and apartments into 15 condominium homes, adding two spectacular penthouses, as well as three new brick townhomes with a below-grade concrete structure and a post tensioned slab foundation. All of the homes were carefully designed to preserve and enhance the historical nature of the original building, painstakingly restoring the original brick and the pre-existing wood windows, while at the same time equipping the homes with modern-day amenities. Saltaire designed and built a new infrastructure for the building, which included a major seismic retrofit, a new structural steel armature concealed within the existing brick facade, and a new elevator that serves the parking garage, townhomes and flats.

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The Monohon set a new standard for high quality, wood-framed, multi-family construction in the Puget Sound region. The boutique community of 47 homes features four stories of condominiums above an underground garage, featuring post-tension concrete construction. The community’s clubhouse boasts a lodge-inspired aesthetic, with appearance-grade, pressure-treated timber framing, a classic stone fireplace, large indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces and a fully equipped fitness center. The residential building includes a state-of-the-art rain screen and siding system, an innovative heat pump heating and cooling system, a steel railing system designed to eliminate water intrusion, and a complex detention system which addresses the site’s sloped angle and pre-existing, poor soil conditions. In addition, for added privacy and sound absorption, Saltaire incorporated a sound attenuation system that includes tilt-and-turn windows, asymmetric glazing, and isolated floor and wall assemblies.

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Mountaineers HQ

Saltaire built the Mountaineers new headquarters in Seattle’s Magnusson Park. An adaptive reuse of the old Sand Point Naval Air Station fleet maintenance building, the project included a seismic retrofit. Saltaire constructed a new canopy from the beams and posts salvaged from the original building and built an exterior climbing area with retaining walls modified for bouldering, as well as crushed granite pathways and native plant landscaping. Interior spaces and finishes include sandblasted ceilings and beams, polished concrete floors, a granite fireplace, an interior climbing wall, meeting rooms, office space, restrooms and a kitchen.

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Stone Ave Townhomes

Acting as both developer and builder, Saltaire pushed the design envelope for this project, working with the topography of the site to create contemporary home designs that are both refreshingly different and environmentally friendly. The 29 townhomes include elegant—yet cost-effective—interior finishes and fixtures, as well as classic casework.

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Alexis Hotel

Saltaire was chosen to remodel the lobby of one of Seattle’s most venerable landmarks—the Alexis Hotel, one of Travel + Leisure’s 500 Best Hotels in the World. The detailed renovation required extraordinary finesse to transform the space while maintaining the comfort and privacy of guests.

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