Miller Hull

Green Lake Community Center and Pool Redevelopment

Seattle, WA
Reimaging one of Seattle's oldest community hubs
Client City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation, Planning and Development Division
Size 90,000 SF
Completion 2026

Miller Hull is collaborating with Seattle Parks and Recreation on a new Green Lake Community Center and Pool Facility, located within Olmsted’s Green Lake Park. The new center is a signature project for the City and will provide increased space and resources for all ages, including spaces for fitness and art, a gymnasium, aquatic facilities, child care and meeting rooms.

During concept design in spring and summer of 2020, the team developed online engagement strategies to ensure diverse and robust community engagement. To begin, the team identified six potential building locations within the overall park and solicited feedback from the community. Once a preferred site was evident, the team generated three conceptual options for the second round of feedback concerning program and site amenities. The final concept design incorporated these findings and has been presented back to the community in the fall of 2020.

Project Team

Architect & Interior Design: The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP
Landscape Architect: Berger Partnership
Civil Engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Structural Engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Pool Consultant: Counsilman-Hunsaker
Systems Engineers: PAE
Acoustical Engineer: Tenor Engineering Group
Transportation Planning: Heffron Transportation, Inc.
Envelope Consultant: JRS Engineering
Signage & Wayfinding: Mayer/Reed
Historic Site Analysis: HistoryLink
Code Consulting: Code Unlimited
Cost Estimating: JMB Consulting Group, LLC