Bellevue City Hall

Lewis converted a former telecom hub into a 619,000 square foot city hall, police and fire headquarters, and 911 center into Bellevue City Hall. We gutted most of the building, performed seismic upgrades, reconstructed the exterior, and rebuilt all interiors and systems. The project renovated a 400-car garage and added a 152,000 square foot below-grade parking garage (for 390 cars) and a public plaza and park.
This new City Hall project was over one acre of public park space. The two-level main plaza blends hardscape, water, sculpture, and turf into a boldly geometric plan, designed to reflect the city’s location between two lakes. Sculptures include Don Corson’s cast replica of a tree root set into a water feature at one end of the plaza.

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Location:

Bellevue, Washington

Client:

City of Bellevue

Architect:

SRG Partnership

Awards:

2007 Bellevue Downtown Association Community Treasure Award

2006 NAIOP of Washington Best Public Project

2006 AIA Washington Citation Award