Gridiron stands proudly as the hip-but-heightened headquarters of this authentic, historic, and vibrant neighborhood.
Year Built: 2018
Pet Friendly: Yes
Builder: Gridiron Investors, LLC
# of Units: 107
During the “Manhattanization” of Seattle, Pioneer Square is, subsequently, Seattle’s Brooklyn—and Gridiron stands proudly as the hip-but-heightened headquarters of this authentic, historic, and vibrant neighborhood.
The 107 residences at Gridiron are sheathed in glass but erected from the 115-year-old Johnson Plumbing building—with the result being a perfect marriage of rustic charm and bijou modernism. The homes are positioned next to the Stadium District, which hosts sporting events, concerts, and art fairs; Pioneer Square, a hotbed of culture that summates to much more than just its quaint visual appeal; and the new waterfront, a planned expansion that will flood the waterside with new amenities and attractions.
TOP WALK SCORES®
Living in a neighborhood with a top Walk Score® is more than a sidewalk-lined street. When your favorite coffee shop is just around the corner, the grocery store is nearby when you run out of milk, and on a sunny day you can skip your way to the park – you’ve found yourself a walkable neighborhood. Neighborhoods that boast a walkable lifestyle have a Walk Score® of at least 70, meaning most errands could be accomplished on foot.
Whether it’s the appeal of living close to where you work, having nightlife options at your fingertips or just wanting your next great meal to be right outside your front door, in-city living can appeal to so many. With the growth of the downtown core in Bellevue and Seattle, both condo demand and supply are increasing, and there are plenty of options to be had. Leave your car in the parking garage with buses and light rail options readily available, in-city living means what’s right outside your door is ripe for exploration.
Daniels Real Estate, LLC. is known for the quality and success of its development projects. With the same senior management team that redeveloped local Seattle iconic buildings such as The Sanctuary, Gridiron Condominiums, Starbucks Center, Union Station, Frye Art Museum, Merrill Place, and currently St. Edward Seminary in Kenmore, the team has a depth of experience unapparelled in the Pacific Northwest with three National Preservation Awards, as well as many local and state awards for our work in historic preservation and reuse.
590 First Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 98104, United States