Address: 80 Vine St., Seattle, WA 98121
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Built in 1994, the Banner Building consists of commercial and residential spaces. The building’s most popular homes are the fourteen high-end two-story studio lofts. The AIA award winning building was built to accommodate artists who work and live from home, and most every home in the building is unique since it was originally built for homeowners to design themselves. Ed Weinstein of Weinstein Copeland Architects said, “The building is the framework within which artists can work.” Although old loft buildings have been converted into live-work spaces in Seattle for many years, the Banner Building is the first project designed for this purpose. With its unconventional program, it is not surprising that the project’s original developer, Koryn Rolstad, is not really a developer at all, but an artist with enough determination to bring the project to life. Rolstad, who runs an architectural sculpture studio called Bannerworks, wanted to create a community where art and commerce came together and where struggling artists could live with more established ones.
- Year Built: 1994
- Number of Units: 26 + 5 Commercial
- Number of Stories: 7
- Exterior: Cement/Concrete
- Parking: Common Garage
- Pets: Subj to Restrictions
- H/O Dues Included: Central Hot Water, Garbage, Water/Sewer
- Common Property Features & Amenities: Elevator, Fire Sprinklers, Terrace
- Belltown Dental
- Casuelita’s Caribbean Cuisine
- Chartreuse International
- Chocolati Cafe
- CJ’s Eatery
- Classic Lines
- El Gaucho Grill
- Robin Rosell Salon
- SITC Parking Garage
- Site 17 Deli & Grocery
- Sushi Kyo
- Washington Mutual Financial Ctr
- Wax on Spa
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*Data is deemed to be reliable, but not guaranteed. In some cases, number of units may include commercial and residential spaces and/or height may or may not include a 13th floor.
We’ve yet to post anything on Stadium Lofts because the other local bloggers have done such a great job providing updates. We don’t typically put together a full profile for a project unless active listings can be searched for, but we wanted to make sure that you can get all the information you need if you’re here looking.
Until we’re able to post more on Stadium Lofts, here are a few links to postings from Seattle’s best:
Ben Kakimoto has reported the most information on the project.
- Stadium Lofts’ New Look (recommended)
- Stadium Lofts Delays Presales
- Stadium Lofts
- Stadium Lofts Update (recommended)
- Stadium Lofts Update 2
- Stadium Lofts Update 3
Wendy Lueng posted a few interesting articles that describe the Pioneer Square neighborhood, and the projects “pros and cons.”
Matt Goyer hasn’t seemed to of payed much attention to this project, but has a couple of posts.