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Skyline at First Hill

Shining a light on Beaubois' talents

The atrium of the Skyline at First Hill, a retirees' residential complex in Seattle, shines a whole new light on the undeniable talents of the artists at Beaubois.

Two stories high, the atrium is ringed with wall panels decorated by stainless steel inserts. The harmonious blending of the inserts in the panels and the beauty of the wood covering the columns not only reveals the attention to detail for which Beaubois is famous but also creates a decor that is richly artistic.

Beaubois' elegant work enhances all the public areas of the nine-story and 26-story towers that make up the complex. Particular attention was lavished on the Plaza, which houses all the retail space on the first two levels. The hairdressing salon, barbershop, lounge, pool, library and showcases also carry the Beaubois seal.

Constructed atop a steep hill, the complex offers an incredible view of the Emerald City, the nickname given to Seattle because of the green forests that surround it. Skyline at First Hill has 200 regular apartments, 60 others for assisted living, 30 units with nursing care and 16 reserved exclusively for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's disease. It is a unique community of retirees who can take advantage of all the city has to offer while receiving the care they need.

The Skyline at First Hill joins the Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenues and the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences as the latest of the residential buildings in Seattle to which Beaubois has contributed over the past few years.



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Beaubois
521 6th Avenue
Saint-Georges (Québec, Canada)
G5Y 0H1

Date d'impression : Friday 23 February 2018
Phone : 418 228-5104
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