Thursday, June 27, 2013

67 Unit Apartment Building Possibly Planned for 3601 Greenwood Ave N

01rr94Puget Sound Reprographics has occupied the space located at 3601 Greenwood Ave N for some time, but since Ewing & Clark assisted selling the space last month, different plans have been floating around for the space, including a proposal for a 67 unit apartment building. According to the Daily Journal of Commerce, an LLC registered to John Graham of Graham Capital Group filed a proposal with the city seeking a 4 story apartment building, which would include 67 units, and 3,500 sf of commercial retail space.
The current building that sits on Greenwood Ave would be demolished with this plan, there will be a design review meeting that will take place on July 22nd in the Ballard Library. If you’d like more information on the property, visit the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Washington Park Rental Home: $6,000

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This picture perfect 4 bed, 2 bath home in the heart of Washington Park is now available to rent! The home is updated throughout using the highest quality materials and construction. Features include spacious rooms, private outlook, beautiful oak floors, fine mill-work, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, and a sunny private deck. This home is elegant and inviting, and could be yours to rent today. If you’re interested in this or other Seattle rentals, contact your local real estate agent today.

Status:  For Rent
Bed/Baths: 4/2.25
Price: $6,000

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Do you Have Loud Neighbors? Tips for Dealing With the Noise

blow hornIf you’re renting an apartment, the reality of dealing with possible altercations from neighbors is always a possibility, and the reality of having to deal with a noisy neighbor at some point is very likely. Here are some helpful tips to dealing with the noise:
Confront your neighbor directly- and nicely- that you can hear their late night noise through your walls, and that you would appreciate it if they could keep the noise at a comfortable level after hours. It’s likely that your neighbor might not even know that they are being loud, and by bringing it to their attention, might resolve the issue right then and there. If you feel comfortable bringing it to their attention, it’s a good idea to come up with a compromise, so that you both feel comfortable for the outcome. Give them a heads up of your schedule, and when you’d like quiet hours, and ask them what their schedule looks like too so it feels like a two way deal. If you don’t feel comfortable confronting your neighbor directly, contact your management- if the noise is too much for you to deal with, it is a responsible decision to leave it to them to resolve the issue; after all, your landlord is the only one authorized to fix the situation. You should also check your lease, as most apartments have quiet hours in the evenings, and if your neighbors are breaking those rules, you’ll have even the more claim to contacting management. For more information on Seattle rentals, contact your local real estate agent today.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Madison Park Home For Rent: $8,000

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This freshly rebuilt  4 bed, 2.25 bath Washington Park Home is now available for rent! The home has outstanding views of Lake Washington and Mountain views from nearly every room, including views of Mt Rainer! There are three spacious bedrooms on the upper level, and the main floor has the kitchen, and family room, with a walk-out level lawn and terrace. The lower level has a rec room, and a nanny’s quarters, and the homes comes with a two car garage. There is also ample street parking, and the home is a stone’s throw from the popular Madison Park favored restaurants and shops. If you’re interested in this or other Seattle rentals, contact your local real estate agent today.
 Status: For Rent
 Bed/Bath: 4/2.25
 Price: $8,000