Seattle Apartment Projects

Seattle Apartment FutureThe Seattle rental market is hot and builders are racing to find buildable land.  But as they look, other projects are already planned or started.  115 unit apartment building is planned on Capitol Hill and 118 unit apartment building on First Hill as already began by the developer, Gerding Edlen, who built and then lost the Bellevue Towers.  In the Lake Union area, two sites are being permitted by Seattle architecture firm Collins Woerman for 160 units on the Queen Anne side and 50 units on the Capitol Hill side of Lake Union.  What makes these Seattle apartment building unique is they are being permitted for a new prefab system.

Seattle Apartment Projects

Seattle Apartment FutureThe Seattle rental market is hot and builders are racing to find buildable land.  But as they look, other projects are already planned or started.  115 unit apartment building is planned on Capitol Hill and 118 unit apartment building on First Hill as already began by the developer, Gerding Edlen, who built and then lost the Bellevue Towers.  In the Lake Union area, two sites are being permitted by Seattle architecture firm Collins Woerman for 160 units on the Queen Anne side and 50 units on the Capitol Hill side of Lake Union.  What makes these Seattle apartment building unique is they are being permitted for a new prefab system.

Luxury Capitol Hill Rental

Capitol Hill Luxury Rental

Capitol Hill Luxury Rental

Designed by architect Stuart Silk, this contemporary masterpiece is a sophisticated yet soothing world of aluminum, glass and wood. The gated park-like setting offers privacy and sweeping Sound, Mtn. and Lake views. There is over 7,000sf of living space on three levels.  The interior of this stunnign rental includes Sycamore wood walls, Peruvian walnut floors and cement fiber board panels. There is a private elevator which services all three levels.  The two-car attached garage plus 3-5 outdoor parking spaces makes this great for visitors also. This home is available furnished or unfurnished.