SkyLofts – defined as two-level, glass-walled lofts elevated high in the building. The Gallery, located at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Broad Street, will be among the first to incorporate SkyLofts. The SkyLofts, with 18′ ceiling height, will be located on the east and west sides of the building providing views of the Space Needle or Elliott Bay. However, Veer will be beat them to the punch with it’s 16′ ceiling full-lofts located on the top floor.
The 220-unit concrete & steel community will feature the SkyLofts, open flats and townhomes ranging from under 500 sf to over 1,300 sf. Standard home features include hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, solid surface glass countertops (bucking the stone trend), stainless steel appliances and upscale fixtures. Options include floating kitchen islands and entertainment centers.
Building amenties include an club room, entertainment center, fitness center, a common terrace, roof top deck and two guest suites. It will also be located close to the new Olympic Sculpture Park.
Gallery’s marketing information is reminiscent to Vulcan’s in that the units will be blank canvasses for the homeowner to design & customize. I like that, though the shell will be similar, there will be a high level of personalization in every home.
Gallery is expected to break ground soon with occupancy in mid-2008. Prices will range from the mid-$200,000 to over $2 million for the penthouses.