Located just south of St. Mark’s Cathedral, Harvard & Highland is nestled among the quiet tree-lined streets of the Harvard-Belmont Landmark District—the only residential community in Seattle listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A classic alternative to downtown living, Harvard & Highland offers quality, concrete and steel construction with gracious floor plans, enhanced privacy and attractive sellout prices when compared with in-city high-rise condominium towers.
Presently, only eight of the community’s thirty-eight distinctive condominium residences are available for purchase.
“Our buyer profile could be around the corner or around the world,” says Community Sales Director, Melissa Camp. “We look forward to closing out our remaining inventory soon given emerging trends in home sales and a dearth of new supply.”
“Supply of this design is inherently limited, our client has a closeout perspective and interest rates are at historic lows. It all adds up to opportunity for homebuyers ready to make a move.”
Harvard & Highland is comprised of five buildings with seven or eight generously-scaled, single-level residences within each. With only two or three homes per floor, most residents enjoy three exterior walls of windows maximizing natural light.
This low density approach to development provides greater exclusively, added security and harmoniously merges the benefits and conveniences of urban living while residing within an established residential neighborhood. One of the Harvard Avenue buildings is sold out while a second Harvard Avenue building and one of the two Broadway East buildings has only one unit each remaining.
Harvard & Highland’s upscale features and finishes include:
- Gracious 9′ ceilings in the main rooms, all featuring coffer detailing with custom crown moldings
- Wolf cooktops and wall ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Asko dishwashers
- Solid cherry wood kitchen cabinets
- Solid 5.25″ baseboard with custom detailing, and elegant 5.5″ crown moldings
- State-of-the-art acoustically engineered designs, with “tried, tested and proven” double-insulated wall construction and a special multi-layer composite floor system (the top layer of which is tongue-and-groove engineered hardwood flooring)
- Radiant-heated stone tile floor surfaces in master bathrooms
- All suites fully air conditioned with highly efficient and ultra-quiet heat pump units
- Secure private parking with 2, 3 or 4 spaces per home (depending upon suite size)
Harvard and Highland is situated on the former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple site on Capitol Hill and is designed by Studio Meng Strazzara and developed by Admiralty Group, LLC.
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