Redhawk Group has recently completed the construction of two multi-use apartment complexes in the greater Seattle area. The 1711 12th Ave project sits in the heart of Capitol Hill with views of downtown and the 509 1st Ave project stands in the historic Queen Anne neighborhood within walking distance to the needle and Key Arena.
The 1711 project sits on 7200 sf at the corner of 12th Avenue and E Olive St. and just to the East of the well-known Cal Anderson park. The new 37-unit apartment complex includes two live/work units and four loft units adding more depth to the rental market in a highly desirable neighborhood to live in. Capitol Hill is known for its vibrant personalities, colors, music and the arts. The bright yellow cladded building matches the vibe and the depth of Capitol Hill.
The new 43-unit apartment building located at 509 1st Avenue W sits just South of Mercer St on 1st Avenue West in Lower Queen Anne, also known as ‘Uptown’. The neighborhood sits on the highest named hill in the city which stands at an elevation of 456 feet. The roof deck of the complex has views of the entire hill and the historical residences and architecture that sits upon it. The nightly sunsets provide beautiful views across the Puget Sound. The 509 building is situated in a popular area full of restaurants, nightlife and tourism; the Seattle Center is within a stone’s throw. The architecture of the new building is aligned with the historic look and feel of the remaining Queen Anne landmarks.
Gramor Development Washington owns both properties. Redhawk Group and Gramor worked hand in hand with the design team and the client on both projects to ensure constructability and design intent were compatible.
Gramor’s John and Cory – Queen Anne Hill in the background.
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