Equal parts vintage charm and clean, contemporary style, the newly renovated Quilt Building will offer sophisticated lofts and flats with open floor plans, located in one of Seattle?s cultural hubs.
Set at the center of just about everything, the Quilt Building is as authentically Seattle as it gets?historic on the outside, sleek and modern on the inside. The neighborhood offers vibrancy and culture, while the building itself?being one of the city?s only remaining structures designed by legendary Seattle architect William Boone?is a true historic gem. Inside, find your new apartment, refreshed and refurbished with updated fixtures and finishings for a much-needed oasis for you to crash in at the end of the day.
Newly renovated units (coming 2021!) will offer open floor plans and plenty of natural light, we won?t blame you for kicking off your art walk by inviting friends up for a cocktail. These apartments have spacious kitchen areas with European stainless steel appliances and quartz counters to give you enough space to impress your friends with a stellar homemade meal?or just order takeout and chill.
The interiors boast plenty of architectural conversation starters. Exposed brick walls, high ceilings and the building?s original timber trusses add a little character and style to your space. Oversized pivoting windows let in plenty of natural light and (being just two blocks from Elliott bay) some fresh sea air. We?ve also made sure there is ample lighting throughout to get you through Seattle?s grayer days, and a clean, neutral color palette for a truly contemporary touch.
Cozy up in a former quilt factory-turned-residence. This 6-story, turn-of-the-century building makes a great first impression with its elegant brick and terra-cotta facade. Originally built as a warehouse and factory, you can now relax in the comfort of the airy, open living spaces. The interior will be fully renovated, making it feel warm and inviting with its signature vintage charms intact.
This mixed-use building has retail at ground level (think galleries!), office space and refreshed modern apartments on the upper levels. Inside you?ll find timber trusses sourced from Seattle?s early logging heyday with high ceilings and exposed brick walls all adorning the interior.
The epicenter of Seattle?s turn-of-the-century industrial boom, Pioneer Square is now teeming with art galleries, performance venues and some seriously good food and coffee. Just blocks away from the energy of Seattle?s sports stadiums, with transit options galore, pioneer square has never been more livable or commutable.
Grab a cup of coffee from a neighborhood shop then hop the light rail to work on the weekdays. Spend your evenings perusing local art and grabbing dinner with friends. Weekends are for catching a live show, or maybe even a quick ferry ride to Bainbridge Island for some wine tasting. Pioneer Square?s cultural verve and central locale make your options for enjoying life just about limitless.