“The Bullitt Center aims to move green building forward a quantum leap. Maybe two.”
The Seattle Times
For Seattle’s Bullitt Foundation, Point32 has developed one of the most ambitious green buildings ever built. Designed by the Miller Hull Partnership, the 6-story, 50,000 sq. ft. building is the first mid-rise commercial building to meet the highly ambitious Living Building Challenge. Located at the intersection of Seattle’s Central Area and Capitol Hill neighborhoods, the building has become a new hub for green building education and a model for urban sustainability. Currently, the building is producing nearly 60% more energy than it is using on an annual basis from rooftop photovoltaics, which has proved the viability of solar energy in the cloudiest corner of the continental United States. For more information, go to bullittcenter.org.