Building Cure

Seattle, Washington

  • Services Structural Engineering
  • Market(s) Life Sciences
  • Sustainability LEED Gold
  • Awards Excellence in Concrete Award for Mid-Rise Buildings, The American Concrete Institute, 2019
    Award for Construction Excellence in Private Building over $100M, Build Washington, 2020
    Award for Community Impact Development of the Year, NAIOP the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, 2020




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  • Owner Seattle Children's Research Institute
  • Architect Aedas, Flad & Associates
  • Contractor Lease Crutcher Lewis
  • Team Seattle, WA
Building Cure

Building Cure is a 13-story research, office, and manufacturing facility for Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Located in Denny Triangle neighborhood of Seattle, it is one of the first nationally, devoted to individualized therapies for childhood cancer. SCRI’s mission is to cure childhood disease, and Building Cure’s modern architectural design reflects their ground-breaking research. The structure is designed to provide enhanced seismic performance, long-term planning flexibility, and exceptional vibration performance. The program includes 300,000 gsf of state of the art research laboratories and support, 60,000 gsf of GMP, 100,000 gsf of below grade comparative medicine; in addition to a Discovery Center, Forum, and open space at the street level, for the identity, communication and dissemination of life science research.

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