Eleven Eleven East Pike (website) is the first condominium project designed by Tom Kundig, an AIA award winning principle with Seattle-based Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects.
Eleven Eleven East Pike blends modern, even playful elements, with Capitol Hill’s rustic character within the Pike/Pine corridor. Situated half way between Trace Lofts and Monique Lofts, the six-level project will feature just 27 urban condominium homes (14 open one-bedrooms, 12 one-bedrooms and a two-bedroom penthouse).
The homes range in size from 600 to 1,125 square feet, the average being around 700 square feet. Unlike other Kundig designed homes, Eleven Eleven is being offered at a moderate price point, ranging from the mid-$200,000s to the low $500,000s with most between $350,000 and $450,000. The penthouse is being offered in the mid-$800,000s.
Design elements include:
- 9′ ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows and doors
- Randomly placed peepholes
- In-unit moveable hanging “puzzle” walls
- Custom-built “urban RVs” (moveable multi-purpose storage units) designed by Kundig
- Built Green 3-Star certified
- Roof top terrace
Most units will have unobstructed views, however, the 2nd floor south-end units back to a building approximately 10′ feet away. These particular homes are priced in the $200,000’s and do not have a parking space.
The project is currently under construction with occupancy slated for Fall 2008. Reservations are currently being accepted (bonus: the project is FHA approved). Eleven Eleven is being developed by Anne Michelson, a long-time Capitol Hill business and building owner. Michelson has been an outspoken advocate for preserving the Hill’s cultural and architectural character.