Projects


The following projects have been completed with the REHAU System 4500. These images are a representation of the same windows that Amerimax manufactures for its 4500 and 2200 Series products.


The Broadway Building

The Broadway Building, located in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill district, is a modern mixed-use facility encompassing 100 residential units, 27 student loft apartments, 14,000 sq ft (1,301 sq m) of ground floor retail space and 12,000 sq ft (1,115 sq m) of office space. Constructed in alignment with Washington state’s “Built Green” initiative, it features numerous elements that promote a higher level of energy efficiency, including REHAU’s tilt-turn vinyl windows.

The Heathman Hotel

This 91-room hotel in Kirkland, Washington, offering tranquil lakeside views and a boutique-style feel, was designed with the highest level of guest comfort in mind. REHAU System 4500 tilt-turn French doors, which exit onto the guest rooms’ Juliet balconies, contribute to the hotel’s aesthetic charm while also enhancing comfort by providing excellent energy efficiency and sound abatement properties.

The Montage

While the residential units’ floor-to-ceiling windows, incorporated to maximize daylighting, were initially specified as commercial-grade, aluminum-frame systems, project coordinators opted to install the REHAU System 4500 tilt-turn windows and doors for its exceptional energy-saving performance and aesthetic appeal. The system also more ideally aligned with the overall sustainable building aims of the project, offering a substantial long-term reduction in environmental impact.

Bell Tower

With $3.5 million in funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the Seattle Housing Authority looked to identify energy-efficient building solutions for its Bell Tower rehabilitation project. Upgrades to this 120-unit, 17-story high-rise in the heart of Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood included replacement of all windows with REHAU’s highly efficient System 4500 tilt-turn design. In addition to reducing overall operating costs at the complex, the windows provide a clean, modern look to the building’s exterior, making it more aesthetically welcoming in this trendy area of the city.

The Morgan At Loyola Station

Located in Chicago’s revitalized Rogers Park neighborhood, The Morgan at Loyola Station is the cornerstone of a $400 million, 5.4-acre masterplanned mixed-use redevelopment project on Loyola University Chicago’s Loyola Station property. To achieve the goals of a tighter building envelope and daylighting, REHAU System 4500 tilt-turn, hopper and fixed windows were installed throughout The Morgan’s residential units and common spaces. The windows were selected for their exceptional energy efficiency and sound abatement properties, as well as their improved cost effectiveness when compared to traditional aluminum.




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4500 Series


4500 Series


4500 Series


4500 Series


4500 Series Bi-Fold Door


4500 Series Bi-Fold Door


4500 Series Bi-Fold Door


2200 Series


4500 Series Tilt-Slide Door


4500 Series Tilt-Slide Door