For Rent: Luxury Belltown Condo With Sweeping Views

Are you looking for a luxury rental in the heart of downtown Seattle?  Perhaps you’d like to live on the Seattle waterfront at Pike Place market?  If so, we have the perfect rental for you.  This two bedroom, one and a half bathroom condo is located in the legendary Pike and Virginia Building offering breathtaking views of Elliot Bay, Mt. Rainier, the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle waterfront from the floor to ceiling windows.  The unit features a gorgeous marble bathroom, a French country kitchen and a spiral staircase leading to the loft-style bedroom.  Residents will enjoy superb restaurants, shopping, entertainment and everything downtown Seattle has to offer, all just a short walk away.  This unit is available for rent for $6,700/mo.  Please contact the Ewing & Clark Madison Park office for more information.  To search for more Seattle luxury rentals, please visit our online property search. 

Status: For Rent
Beds/Bath: 2/1.5
List Price: $6,700

Looking for a Unique Rental? Live in a Church!

If you’ve been searching for a rental unlike any other around town, check out this converted home on Ballard that was once an actual church! This quirky 6,300 sf Ballard landmark, located at 2007 NW 61st St is partially renovated for residential living quarters, and has that spooky haunted house/old spirits lurking around the church feel to it.

Photo Courtesy of RedFin

This 6 Bedroom, 3.25 bath is equipped with a bell tower, abandoned tricycles amidst the entryway and a relatively large attic space and can be your humble abode for $789,000. Find other listings in the Ballard neighborhood here.

Up and Coming Neighborhood for Renters & Buyers: Atlantic

The Atlantic neighborhood in Seattle, nestled in between Beacon Hill and Mt Baker is gaining popularity with younger home buyers and renters in recent months due to it’s convenient location, and up and coming amenities.

Not even five years ago, we remember when this neighborhood was experiencing mass redevelopment and construction of the 2nd I-90 bridge, leaving the Atlantic area is rubble, covered in a film of dirt. Left in the midst was abandoned housing, sky high dirt mounds and 23rd Ave S was closed to traffic. Today the neighborhood is home to trendy bars and restaurants like Dallas BBQ Soul Food & Catering and Farestart Cafe, has a light rail stop, is in close proximity to downtown and the Eastside, and has several trails for bikers and runners; even has it’s own dog park! The neighborhood started looking promising to buyers and renters a decade ago and today affordable pricing plays a huge role in the deciding factor.  According to the Seattle Times, in February this year the median value of all single family homes was estimated at $284,200, down 2.2% from the previous year. The median cost of rent in the neighborhood for a single family home was estimated at $1,674/mo, while apartments were estimated at $1,521/mo; up from the previous year, but significantly less than other areas around the city. If you’d like more information on for sale listings around the area visit Ewing & Clark, and find rentals around the neighborhood here.