As we reported back in August, the Neighborhood Collection, a set of three buildings, switched use from apartments for rent to for sale condominiums. The three buildings were being marketing together and were known as the Neighborhood Collection, comprising of Atrium, Edison and Wallingford 45. The collection has been split up and each building is now being sold and marketed by separate sales teams.
This post will focus on Atrium, located on E Aloha Street and 11th Ave E in Capitol Hill, which has changed it’s name to 750 on the Hill and relaunched it’s marketing efforts.
- 34 units
- 5 stories
- Studios, open one bedrooms and one bedrooms
- Pricing from the high $300,000’s to the mid $600,000’s
- No parking in the building – zone parking in the neighborhood and option to rent parking in lot across the street for after hours and weekend parking only
- Pet friendly
- AirBnB friendly (a rarity in condo buildings)
- Stainless appliances, quartz counters, luxury plank flooring
- Some homes will come with Murphy beds installed
- Some homes have outdoor spaces
- Washer and dryers in-unit are included
- Blinds included
- Ports for portable A/C unit venting installed
- HOA Dues: from low $300 to mid $500 per month
- Location: quiet neighborhood feel, close to Volunteer Park, close to Broadway and 15th Ave districts and a half mile from the light rail station
- Amenities: gym, terrace, rooftop deck with city, Sound, Needle and mountain views, BBQ and lounge space
- Sales: building is complete, taking purchase and sale contracts now
By Marco Kronen with Seattle Condo Review: A guide to Seattle downtown condos.
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