There is a new addition to the condo scene in lower Queen Anne. Unlike most of the brand new development which is currently revitalizing the area, the condominium conversion of Queen’s Court Apartment infuses a little old into the market.
Built in the 1930’s with the details of the time; brick, marble, crown mouldings and oak, the new conversion has added to it premium finishings of today such as stainless steel appliances and fixtures. The 34 unit building is built on 3 floors in a surprisingly residential area close to Seattle Center. With a 24 hour supermarket and drugstore within easy walking distance, plenty of restaurants and the cultural attractions of Seattle Center all easily accessible, the combination of old and new world is sure to attract buyers.
On the other hand, many of the units will be faced with the ongoing construction of the building across the street, Bernard Apartments, which is being built on a lot that was formerly owned by the Seattle Center and is in the process of becoming a 6-story, 64 unit building.
Queen’s Court Condos offers a variety of studios, studios plus and 1-bedrooms with prices starting from the mid $200,000’s.
-Most units have small bedrooms
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I lived in this building in 1970; our rent was $64 bucks per month (that included utilities!) for a studio. It had a wonderful claw-foot tub, a Murphy bed, and plenty of room in the kitchen for making brown rice and ahem, 1970-type brownies!
Lots of good people and lots of fun, wonderful old building with a great location. Back in the day …..