Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance Construction Updates
Preconstruction work is now underway on the Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance. Construction activity is on-track to start in Spring 2023 and the project team is targeting completion in Spring 2024 — prior to the start of the 2024 WNBA regular season. Updates will be published here on a monthly basis or as needed once construction is underway to communicate upcoming activities and any associated impacts to surrounding streets and sidewalks.
Additional Project Information:
- Currently, 85% of all project team members across all disciplines are women.
- The building design celebrates the Storm’s Pacific Northwest home, deriving inspiration from the roots of its industrial neighborhood and the team’s commitment to elite performance.
- The project is designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification, featuring all-electric operations and a rooftop photovoltaic array.
- Upon the building’s completion, the franchise will continue its longstanding work with non-profit and community partners, welcoming them to its new home to collaborate in supporting community development.
Project Team Members:
The women-led project team includes owner’s representative barrientos RYAN, a design team led by ZGF Architects and Shive-Hattery Architects, general contractor Sellen Construction, and landscape architect Walker Macy. Additional project partners include Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Holmes, Prime Electric, PAE, Apollo Mechanical, Counterbalance Consulting, PanGeo, Counsilman-Hunsaker, Bargreen Ellingson, Heffron Transportation, RDH, Studio Pacifica, and BRC Acoustics.
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Project Email Inbox: Storm@sellen.com
About the Project:
F10F is developing the Seattle Storm Center for Basketball Performance on a 50,000-square-foot parcel in Seattle’s Interbay neighborhood. The design will include two side-by-side basketball courts, the “Storm Team Center” with locker rooms, a lounge and a nutrition center for the players, and strength and conditioning training spaces. The facility will include room for diagnostics and physical therapy, as well as the franchise’s business offices. Construction is expected to begin in Spring 2023 and be completed in time for training camp ahead of the 2024 WNBA season.