South Lake Union has become the neighborhood for would-be urban dwellers. But housing is scarce in this burgeoning hot spot, especially if one wishes to be a renter (at first) who hopes to avoid living in a large apartment complex.
Last week, I helped some clients rent this cool, industrial loft-style condominium at Veer Lofts on 9th Avenue, two blocks from Lake Union Park and well within shouting distance of all that’s going in South Lake Union.
Concrete floors, exposed beamed ceilings, and edgy design characterize this Vulcan-constructed building.
This unit has 13 foot ceilings, and a balcony with a Lake Union view.
And every unit in the building comes with its own Bocce ball set for use on the common area Bocce ball court (with Space Needle view).
Veer Lofts. 401 9th Avenue North, Seattle, 98109. Loft style floor plan with full bath. 1069 interior square feet (does not include the loft!). One secure garage parking spot. Rented for $2000 per month with a one year lease.
This was a really good find.