17 new dining and retail spaces, live music stage, collected rainwater will flush toilets, better wi-fi, SEA’s first integrated pet relief area, nearly 3,500 seat charger outlets
Forty six years ago, the North Satellite at the Seattle Airport entered service. Now after a $700 million renovation and expansion the new space is set to open at the end of June. Work is nearing completion on the modernized facility with new gates, nearly double the space, and is notable for its natural light, triple the restaurants and shops. Pacific Northwest inspired art and sustainability features include the use of collected rainfall, saving some 2.8 million gallons of water annually.
The Phase 2 renovation of the existing facility features 12 remodeled gates, a Central Marketplace with a flagship restaurant, nature-inspired art installations, and the airport’s first fully-integrated pet relief area. The renovated interior includes new building forms and functional interests that are cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and improve accessibility through thoughtful design considerations. Two gates are open now.