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Stadium Lofts Update

Stadium lofts seattle logoStadium Lofts (website) is gearing up for its upcoming home sales this Fall. The Stadium Lofts project, located at 589 Occidental Ave South (map), will feature 85 single and multiple level loft homes within the historic 1905 building and its new addition.

Type of homes available

  • Live/Work Lofts – 3 two-level live/work lofts with private entries, 16’10” ceiling heights ranging from 1,050 to 1,400 square feet. Prices are expected to range from the $600,000s to $800,000s.
  • Single Level Lofts – 15 units on the 4th floor with 10′ ceilings ranging from 500 to 1,000 square feet. A number of units will have private terraces. Prices range from $300,000s to $500,000s.
  • Two-Level Lofts – 62 units ranging from 750 to 1,000 square feet. Homes on the 3rd floor features 16’10” ceilings and original exposed brick. Prices range from $400,000s to $700,000s.
  • Apex Homes – 5 units located at the apex of the flat-iron building. These homes, ranging in size from 1,000 to 1,500 square feet, feature large private terraces and most offer two master suites. Prices TBD.

Stadium Lofts Seattle
Pre-Sale Information (Updated November 2007)

The Stadium Lofts team is still working on finalizing finishes and has elected to begin pre-sales in early 2008. They plan to host a preview event and provide more finite pricing information at that time. The reservations will be converted to a Purchase and Sale contract once a firm construction & completion schedule has been determined, during the 1st quarter of 2008.

Upon notification, buyers will have 5 days to convert the reservation to a Purchase and Sale and the earnest money deposit will increase to 5% of the purchase price. The earnest money deposit will be non-refundable.

Stadium lofts building photo stadium lofts rendering

The Stadium Lofts building is located at the apex of Occidental Ave S and Railroad Way S, just off 1st Avenue S. In the above photo, Qwest Field is seen in the background and the 1st Ave on-ramp to the viaduct is in the foreground. While the area may not seem hospitable to residential homes, the popular Florentine Condominiums is just a few doors away. In the longer-term, the stadium’s north parking lot will be redeveloped with offices, retail, apartments and condos.

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  1. matt says:

    It is about time they do something with that building. This is going to be a premium spot.

  2. Nate says:

    This project is on government surplus property that King County put out to bid. Unfortunately, the addition in this design will bring an end to this building’s status as contributing to the Pioneer Square Historic District. I wish King County would have considered this implication, and selected one of two alternate bidders, whose development plans would have included historic restoration and new housing–without adding three stories above the existing building. Here’s an interesting Nicole Brodeur column on the Pioneer Square Preservation Board’s decision to allow the project to proceed: “Money trumps history”

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