Bellevue skyline. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Bellevue skyline. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Another 40-plus story tower going up in Bellevue

The tower will be at 555 108th Ave. Northeast, and is targeting an early 2023 completon date.

A 42-story tower is under construction in Bellevue, anticipating mixed-use offices and more than 960 parking spaces.

The tower, which will be located at 555 108th Ave. Northeast, will contain nearly 700,000 square feet of office space and some 24,700 square feet of “active uses” space according to city documents. It also will have a two-story pavillion.

The project was listed as “under-construction” in the city of Bellevue’s first quarter Major Projects list for 2020. The city did not release a Major Projects list for the fourth quarter of 2019, and did not immediately answer whether the project would have been considered under construction in that quarter. According to the Bellevue Downtown Association, the developers are targeting early 2023 for completion of the building.

The tower is being constructed across the street from where Amazon is building a 43-story tower at 600 108th Ave. Northeast. The project developer is Vulcan Inc. Luis Adan, the contact listed by the major projects list, did not return a request for comment.

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