Athena Condominiums in Lower Queen Anne
323 Queen Anne Ave N


Athena Condominiums was converted from apartments to condominiums in 2006 and is located in lower Queen Anne.

To see a 360 walkthrough of an actual unit at the Athena, click here.

The stats:

  • 91 units –Studio, one and two bedrooms ranging in size from 407 square feet to 916 square feet
  • Built in 1999; converted to condos in 2006
  • 7 stories
  • All units have at least one parking space; only 25 units have storage
  • 4 units have sold in the last 6 months ranging in price from $316,000 to $510,000 for studio and one bedroom units; at the time of this post there were no active units
  • HOA dues include: water, sewer, garbage, building maintenance, professional property manager, earthquake insurance
  • Amenities: Rooftop view deck with lounge areas, tables and BBQs, gym, party room, community terrace, fireplace lounge, and theater room

The pros:

  • The location in Lower Queen Anne is central to Belltown, SLU and upper Queen Anne as well as both 99 and I5
  • The roof deck allows all residents a large space to BBQ and enjoy the outdoors with great views
  • All condos have in-unit washer/dryers
  • Generally affordable price points

The cons:

  • Most condos do not have private deck spaces
  • Many condos don’t have storage
  • There is a bus stop in front of the building so if you are sensitive to noise, being on the east side of the building might not be for you
  • West facing units are obstructed by two new apartment buildings across the alley
  • Amenities and lobby are a little dated and could use some updating


By Marco Kronen with Seattle Condo Review: A guide to Seattle downtown condos.