Mid-rise apartment community in Seattle’s fast-growing South Lake Union district, a burgeoning technology and life-sciences hub just north of the city’s downtown that has become a sought-after neighborhood.
- 174 rental apartments
- 4,900 square feet of retail space
Local Population Density
- 17,600 people/square mile
- A seven-story residential building developed on an assemblage of three sites that had housed two auto body shops and a two-story office building, all of which had been built before 1960.
- Located three blocks west of Internet retailing giant Amazon.com’s corporate headquarters and six blocks east of both the Seattle Center/Space Needle and the campus of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. One block east is a 12-story office building occupied by Amazon that was completed in 2015.
- Building design incorporates the former structure at 777 Thomas Street, a city-designated historical landmark.
- The South Lake Union line of the Seattle Streetcar, which links downtown Seattle with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, runs two blocks east of the property, with a stop at Thomas Street.
- Building amenities include a fitness center, a resident lounge with outdoor terraces atop the historic landmark building, and a rooftop terrace with outdoor barbecues and a landscaped seating area that has direct views of the Space Needle.
- Neighborhood-serving retail occupies a portion of the ground floor of the historic landmark building, with tenant spaces fronting both Thomas Street and 8th Avenue North.
- Seeking 3-Star certification, under Built Green Washington’s environmentally responsible building and construction program.
Walk Score: 95 | Transit Score: 92 | Bike Score: 84