1111 E Howell St
Seattle, WA 98122
Open Houses: Friday, August 16th: 3 - 6 p.m.
Saturday, August 17th: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, August 18th: 1 - 3 p.m.
For More Information, Please Call Tom Skepetaris of Alchemy Real Estate at
(206) 413 - 9555
- 4 Star Built Green
- Spacious Rooftop Deck with Low Maintenance Composite Decking
- Full Bosch Kitchen Appliance Suite
- Ring Pro Video Doorbell
- Contemporary Fixtures and Lighting
- European-Style Cabinetry
- Open, Airy Living Spaces
- Close to Lots of Public Transportation Options - Shown on the Transit Tab Below
Be sure to check out the Wyn Townhomes on 11th Avenue, too - they're right around the corner!
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Eco-conscious James Hardie® siding
Ply Gem Pro Series window package
Generously sized roof decks with BBQ gas stub and low maintenance composite decking
Ring Pro Video Doorbells
4 Star Built Green
Mini-split heating + cooling
Low VOC paint, formaldehyde-free millwork where possible, energy efficient lighting
Evoke flooring throughout
Solid core interior doors
Stackable washer and dryer
Centrally located data outlets for better WiFi connectivity
Slab quartz kitchen countertops with single bowl, stainless undermount sink
Bosch gourmet appliance suite
Polished chrome faucet and fixtures
Sleek, European-inspired cabinetry with soft-close technology
Under cabinet lighting + under sink cabinet with pullout utility drawer
USB port for connectivity
Slab quartz countertops and backsplash with undermount sink in master bath
Porcelain tile shower surrounds in master bath with tiled, mud set pan
Porcelain tile flooring
Sleek, European-inspired cabinetry with soft-close technology
Polished chrome faucets and fixtures
Niagara Stealth 0.8 gpf toilets
Disclaimer: Features listed are for general information only. Final specifications, features, floorplans, colors and finishes may vary and/or change at any time without notice. Photos are not representative of actual product.
Here are the top spots we think you'll love.
Capitol Hill is a funky, fast-paced, pedestrian-oriented neighborhood with block after block of cool places to gather and explore. Steps from your front door, you will find everything you could possibly need for vibrant, modern living. By day you can visit hip boutiques, hair salons, retail stores, and parks. At night, the scene comes alive with clubs, bars, music venues, and some of the best restaurants in Seattle. With all these great things at your doorstep, Capitol Hill also offers a surprising amount of green space, including Volunteer Park, Interlaken Park, Cal Anderson Park, and Washington Park Arboretum.
U:Don Fresh Japanese Noodle Station
Minimalist Japanese counter serve providing housemade udon noodle bowls with a variety of toppings.
Long-running fast-food chain with a cult following for its homemade fries, burgers & shakes.
The Tin Table | Restaurant & Bar
Refined pubby spot with exposed-brick walls & modern decor serving Northwestern cuisine.
Stylish Japanese restaurant for sushi & upscale cocktails in a serene space with a Kyoto courtyard.
The traditional dishes of India, Nepal & Tibet are served in a colorful underground room with a bar.
Consistently supreme-quality coffee and heartfelt service are two of the driving factors behind Honor Coffee.
Pacific Northwest chain serving house-roasted coffee in hip, relaxed surroundings.
Capitol Coffee Works
Beautiful coffee shop that focuses on providing customers with the experience of coffee in its diverse forms and varieties.
Cute coffee shop with an inviting atmosphere, good food selection, and friendly staff.
Bright, busy cafe with basic eats such as sandwiches & pastries, plus a relaxed vibe.
Rachel's Ginger Beer
Handcrafted ginger beer in a range of flavors is on tap at this buzzy soda/cocktail spot.
Pel Meni Dumpling Tzar
Sweet & savory Russian dumplings & vodka served in a Communist-themed bar with a hipster vibe.
Buzzy setting (rustic metalwork, blown-glass pendant lights) for craft beer & bites.
Corn dogs meet cocktails at this carnival-themed bar with arcades & a stage downstairs.
Oddfellows Cafe + Bar
Stylish American eatery offers a variety of seasonal fare & craft drinks to a bustling crowd.
Rocket Fizz Seattle
Retailer with huge selection of candy & creative bottled sodas in flavors such as s'mores & mud pie.
Apothecary offering culinary & medicinal herbs, spices & artisanal foods, plus body & home products.
The Elliott Bay Book Company
Full-service, multilevel bookstore with frequent author readings & events plus book clubs.
Capitol Hill Farmers Market
Busy market for produce, meat, fish, cheese, wine & more, plus hot food stands; open Sun year-round.
Phoenix Comics & Games
Welcoming emporium with a variety of comics & games, holding weekly game nights & other events.
Cal Anderson Park
This historic recreational area hosts special events & has a jogging path, ball field & wading pool.
SIFF Cinema Egyptian
Single-screen cinema for art, foreign & indie films, plus documentaries, in an old Masonic temple.
Midsize venue for indie rock, plus hip-hop, country & other genres, with 3 bars & a mezzanine.
Washington Ensemble Theatre
Through collaborative artistic leadership, Washington Ensemble Theatre fearlessly creates audacious stories for adventurous Seattle audiences.
Nightclub hosting hip-hop & alt-rock bands, among other styles, with red retro Chinese decor.
Bus Route 11
Travels from Madison Park to Capitol Hill to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 9
Travels from Rainier Beach to Columbia City to Broadway.
Bus Route 43
Travels from University District to Montlake to Capitol Hill to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 49
Travels from University District to Broadway to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 60
Travels from Westwood Village to Beacon Hill to Broadway.
Trailhead Direct Bus
Season Bus Route that Travels from Capitol Hill to Mount Si on Weekends.
First Hill Streetcar
Streetcar connecting the Link light rail, the Sounder Commuter Rail and Amtrak intercity rail, and Metro Transit buses.
Capitol Hill Station
Station for the Link light rail, which travels between University of Washington Station and Sea-Tac Airport.
Bus Route 8
Travels from Seattle Center to Capitol Hill to Mt Baker Transit Center.
Bus Route 10
Travels from Capitol Hill to Downtown Seattle.