Image courtesy of Johnson & Carr: A design rendering for Pike Flats.
Image courtesy of Johnson & Carr: A design rendering for Pike Flats.

Four mural finalists for the Pike Flats mixed-used development will be revealed at the Redhook Brewlab during December’s Capitol Hill Art Walk on Thursday, Dec. 14.

Urban ArtWorks and developer Johnson & Carr opened a call for artists starting on Aug. 1, seeking design submittals in order to find the right artist to create a mural to scale the west side of the building at 722 E. Pike St., which will face the Pike Motorworks building where Brewlab is located.

In conjunction with the voting kickoff, the brewery will tap its Pharaoh’s Dance Pale Ale, a new small batch beer. Voting will continue at Brewlab through the end of 2017.

Redhook head brewer Nick Crandall will create a beer inspired by the mural design to coincide with its unveiling in summer 2018.

Urban Artworks painted a “Keep Cap Hill Queered” mural on the former 1940s structure where Pike Flats is now being constructed just before Pride Weekend in June. The building was last home to 95 Slide.

Pike Flats will be a seven-story, 90-unit apartment development with 3,258 square feet of ground-floor retail.