The apartments at 3295 Avalon Way SW are open and leasing. After a long history of development the project is now complete. CLICK THE PHOTO ABOVE TO SEE MORE OR CHECK THE GALLERY BELOW THE STORY.
The Residences at 3295 now leasing after long delay
The 'Residences at 3295' at the corner of Avalon Way and 35th Ave SW are finally complete and now renting according to the building's management.
There are 60 units in the building ranging from studios to 2 bedrooms with two baths.
The rents will range from $1,175-$2,050. Square footage runs from 455 - 1,038 sq. feet. A $500 deposit is required.
Their website lists some of the building's amenities:
- Contemporary tile flooring in bathrooms
- Art glass lighting fixtures
- Custom self closing hardwood cabinets
- Wood-style flooring in kitchen & entry paired with modern carpet
- Chic quartz stone countertops with undermount sinks
- Extra large functional windows allowing abundant natural light
- Stainless steel energy star Whirlpool appliances including microwave
- Balconies with views of downtown Seattle & territorial views in select homes
- In-unit front loading Whirlpool washer & dryer
- Controlled-access underground parking
- 24-hour Fitness Center
- State-of-the-Art fitness equipment
- WiFi internet access
- On-Line resident services
- On-site maintenance
- On-site management
- Package receiving
- Rooftop sky view terrace over 3,000 square feet in size
- Private community garden
- Controlled-access entries
- BBQ courtyard garden with view of Mt. Rainier & West Seattle golf course
- Smoke Free Community
- Pet friendly
More than 80 parking spaces are available on site.
Construction of the building was done by CDK Construction Services, Inc
it was designed by Architect Mark Travers and the interior was done by Calibrate Property Management.
The location is a very busy corner with the West Seattle Stadium and two major intersections just adjacent to the building but according to building management noise is not a worry. "Now that the project is complete in our opinion we do not believe there are any major noise concerns," they said.
Call call (877) 641-3225 for more information.
The building site has a long history of development. It was once the site for a gas station but that was torn down in the late 1990's and was an empty lot for some time. Plans for it included use by the cancelled Seattle Monorail project (which coincidentally also caused the Herald offices at 3500 SW Alaska Street to move in 2005) but when that ended, development began on the site in 2006. Those plans were by developer Michael Mastro who ran afoul of Washington State law for bankruptcy fraud and in 2011 fled the United States. They were arrested in France in October of this year. The new owners are a Joint venture managed by Randolph Street Realty Capita. They purchased the property at the end of April 2012 and the project was completed on November 19th 2012.
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