The Seattle Rental Group relocation team recently had a chance to tour the beautiful, nearly-completed Belroy Apartments up on Capitol Hill.
Slated for February 2013 move-ins, the Belroy has combined modernity with vintage Capitol Hill style by developing two unique yet complimentary buildings.
The original 1930s-era Belroy Apartments are being fully renovated with its historic Art Deco design aesthetic in mind, while additional surrounding structures are being built to feature more contemporary, urban apartment homes.
Lush landscaping will weave throughout the project, with a network of gardens for residents to enjoy.
The modern apartment homes have giant floor-to-ceiling windows, washers and dryers in the units, bamboo and tile flooring, and energy-saving appliances. The vintage Belroy apartment homes will have bay windows, large closets, classic detailing and hardwoods.
Combined, the Belroy will offer 113 apartment homes – 51 in the modern building, and 62 in the vintage building. Square footages range from 350 sq ft studios to 1200 sq ft townhomes (yes! townhomes!).
Some of the ground level homes will even have their own garden patio, while the upper floors in the tallest building (six stories) will have stunning views across Lake Union and the city. Pets will be allowed in some units, and underground parking is being built.
Another added perk to life at Belroy? Deliciously awesome Spanish food will be right downstairs – Chico Madrid is slated to open its doors in Belroy’s commercial space around springtime.
Belroy’s currently pre-leasing, and we think they’ll fill up fast.