Fremont City Skyline

$1,750-$2,795
Rent/Month
0-2 Beds
1-2 Bath
604 - 1,008
Square ft
First Month's Rent
Security Deposit

Fremont View

Your Perch above the Center of the Universe

Classic, restored 1- and 2-bedroom mid-century apartments with open, circular floor plans. Luxuriate in the tranquility of a quiet, tree-lined residential street. Savor the panoramic vistas from the floor-to-ceiling windows (Olympic Mountains, seaplanes landing on Lake Union, crimson sunsets, iconic Seattle bridges). Explore the vibrant neighborhood brimming with organic markets, indie boutiques and outdoor recreation areas.

To learn more about Fremont, DOWNLOAD the Fremont Chamber of Commerce’s Walking Guide to Fremont


MODERN DETAILS

  • Generous apartment sizes
  • Open circular floor plans
  • Convenient ensuite washer/dryer
  • Wood-like plank flooring
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Brick wood-burning fireplaces
  • Window coverings
  • Glass doors open to outdoor spaces
  • Breath of fresh air: large covered decks
  • Abundant natural light Gear & bike storage lockers
  • Southern & western exposure
  • Iconic views: seaplanes, mountains, sunrises, sunsets

CARING COMMUNITY

  • On-site management
  • Off-street reserved parking
  • Quiet setting, dead-end, tree-lined street
  • High-speed internet & cable-ready
  • Pet-friendly
  • Floor plan available
  • Accepts electronic payments
  • Online lease signing & renewal

CONVENIENT LOCATION

  • Walkscore: 91 (“Walker’s Paradise”)
  • Within Fremont’s urban village
  • Puget Consumer Coop (PCC) organic grocery
  • Burke-Gilman Trail
  • Fremont’s Silicon Canal employers

FUN FACT

Seattle’s Hidden Staircases

Two secluded staircases link Fremont View Apartments to the urban village below. To locate their entrances just ask a local resident. Seattle boasts 650 public stairs (more than any US city except Pittsburgh and San Francisco), built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to funnel hillside passengers to trolley routes. Long after the trolley has disappeared, those in the know still use the stairs: for exercise, including dog walking; as shortcuts to work or amenities; or to access a scenic space for reflection and solitude. Learn more about Seattle’s public staircases – and how they enhance the city’s early neighborhoods – on this podcast.

Seattle Stairway Walks Book Cover