Address: 715 2nd Ave., Seattle, WA 98104
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Located on 2nd Avenue in downtown, the Millennium Tower consists of nineteen residences and townhomes. Designed by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership and developed by Martin Smith Development Corporation, these exclusive homes range from 2,300 to almost 10,000 square feet. Originally listed as empty shells, the intention was for buyers to bring thier own architect. However, many homes have since then been designed by reknowned Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. The boutique address offers homeowners a unique sense of privacy and spectacular city, sound and mountain views.
- Year Built: 2000
- Number of Units: 19
- Number of Stories: 20
- Exterior:Concrete/Steel, Stone
- Parking: Common Garage
- Pets: Subj. to Restrictions
- H/O Dues Included: Cable TV, Earthquake Ins., Garbage, Water/Sewer
- Common Property Features & Amenities: Concierge, Disabled Access, Elevator, Fire Sprinklers, Lobby Entrance, Security Gate
- Bakeman’s Restaurant
- Bank of America
- City Soups
- Columbia Bank
- Georgio’s Subs
- Imo Asian Bistro
- King County Credit Union
- Le Crepe Cafe
- Luigi’s Grotto
- Metropolitan Grill
- Xplore Fitness
ADDITIONAL OPINIONS & REVIEWS
*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.
It seems that there’s a new high-rise development in the news every other day. The latest is a new commercial high-rise which will be the city’s fifth tallest building located next to the Columbia Tower. Architects Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership have designed a asymmetrical skyscraper next to the historic First United Methodist Church and developed by the same company who saved the church last year. The tower will stand 660′ with an emphasis on complimenting it’s neighboring structures by it’s transparent or reflective design (depending on the weather).
- Public courtyard between skyscraper and sanctuary.
- Sculpture and water feature within courtyard.
- “Living wall” on Columbia Street (living plants grown in facade).
- Solar-energy equipment on roof.
- System to capture rainwater for reuse.