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1408 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122
Furnished urban loft for rent on Capitol Hill in Seattle Located at the corner of 12th Avenue and East Madison Street, near Seattle University, is a landmark building that once housed Bekins Moving & Storage, and later an athletic-supply company. Through “adaptive reuse” this incredible building can be your next home. 12′ ceilings, walls of windows, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Your perfect home-away-from home for the busy professional. Just bring your toothbrush. Furnished executive-style loft-living in the heart of urban Pike/Pine corridor of Capitol Hill with sweeping views of Downtown Seattle. Beautifully furnished one-bedroom apartment in cool loft, within walking distance to shops and restaurants. All linens, towels, sheets and pillows included. Just like a hotel, this executive guest suite is your home away from home in Seattle. Flat-screen TV, DVD, CD/MP3. Wireless internet access and cable TV available for additional cost. Full tile bath, washer and dryer in unit. Underground parking included. Huge exposed beams and distressed fir floors add to the hip, industrial feel of this urban space. Elegant kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gas range, dishwasher, garbage disposal and plenty of storage and prep space. Designer dishes, entertainment wear, pots and pans, silverware and everything for a complete chef’s kitchen included to make your stay comfortable. You also have a fully-equiped dining space for quiet breakfasts or full dinner parties. Cook or eat out, as this loft space is within walking distance to several fabulous restaurants. Your loft apartment has everything you need for a short or long-term stay in Seattle. You get a full set of luxury linens, towels, sheets, pillows and pillowcases, all in a sleek, modern setting. Beautiful original art throughout the loft space and everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay. Plenty of storage too, room for all your clothes and purchases, chests of drawers, large closet and bedside tables with deep drawers. Just bring your toothbrush! Located in the true Center of the Universe, Capitol Hill Iconic Seattle style greets you at the door – thanks to Michael Klebeck, local design ace and Gun Club mastermind. His latest creative project is the Trace Lofts’ residential entry space. The tools of his trade? Mahogany floors. Terrazzo. Steel canopy. Found artifacts. Just a few lofts remain; visit the Buyers’ Lounge to learn more.
Looking for nightlife? Celebrated hot spots are steps from Trace. Kick off with a slice of authentic Italy at Via Tribunali (913 E Pike St). Or head to Caf Presse (1117 12th Ave) for a quick bite and people watching. Cocktails and good company await at lively Purr (1518 11th Ave), while underground indie bands rock beats at Neumo’s (925 E Pike St). Where to go to relive it all? Do it over contemporary comfort food at Crave (1621 12th Ave). Time to unwind? Check out SweatBox – a heated Bikram Yoga studio just blocks from Trace. Relax your mind. Energize your body. Meet new people. Owners Laura Culberg and Frankie Grausam are excited to welcome you to their neighborhood location at 1417 10th Ave, Suite B. Lark One of Seattle’s most celebrated food scenes is steps from Trace. Under award-winning chef John Sundstrom, Lark dishes up some of Seattle’s best seasonal fare. Communal-style dining with friends is encouraged. Stop in. 926 12th Ave. Featured neighbor – Northwest Film Forum This is creative cinema at its best. The non-profit Northwest Film Forum supports local filmmakers from start to finish (public workshops included), then delivers it to you on the big screen in its intimate theaters. 1515 12th Ave. Want more neighborhood Info? www.SeattleNeighborhoodGuide.com is your online internet guide to all of the Seattle neighborhoods, arts, events, venues, meetings, performances and real estate for sale. Useful Links: Guide to Happy Hours on Capitol Hill Pizza on Capitol Hill Capitol Hill Blogspot Seattle Museum of Mysteries on Capitol Hill Seattle P.I. Capitol Hill Blog