Hot Property: Art Stable

Photo: Jane Powers

Let your imagination flourish in these spacious South Lake Union units.

If you’re looking for creative space, the aptly-named Art Stable in South Lake Union is the property for you. In a building with just six total units, you have an opportunity to inhabit your own floor and personalize the space in this up and coming Seattle Neighborhood. Once you step into the unit for the first time, your imagination will run with ideas.

Photo: Jane Powers

Hot Property: Art Stable  — Own your own floor.

Where: 416 Yale Ave., Seattle 98109

Hot Factor: Designed by award winning Architect Tom Kundig, Art stable offers its prospective owners a shell space to create and customize. Floor to ceiling windows take in dramatic views of Downtown, the Olympic Mountains, South Lake Union and Queen Anne Hill. This AIA award winning project design offers 10-ft ceilings, geo-thermal heating, natural ventilation, in-floor radiant heating, private elevator service and electric car hook up.  In addition, commercial zoning allows the project to be used as a residential workplace.

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Best of all, the two remaining units for sale are 3,983 and 2,237 sq. ft  — sizes that allow for dramatic, inventive use of space. With a location just steps away from new restaurants, Whole Foods and the South Lake Union Transit line, this super urban pad is the ideal location for exploring one of Seattle’s hottest neighborhoods. Bring your own style.

The 411:  Think this in-city pad is for you?  The asking price is $2,190,000 or $1,565,000. Contact Jane powers for more details.