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Pontedera Condominiums

Now completely sold, the Pontedera condominium is HomeSight’s largest housing development since we started building homes over 20 years ago. Located a few minutes walk from the Chinatown/International District, shopping, dining, and entertainment are close at hand. The Pontedera has 94 residential condos in a mix of urban loft style and more traditional flats. It also has 8 commercial spaces fronting on Hiawatha Place that are home to a variety of retail businesses offices and live/work space. Pontedera was designed to meet the needs of first-time homebuyers, or those looking to move closer to downtown Seattle.  The Pontedera was constructed to the highest standards to ensure a well built home that’s designed to last.

Greenbridge Creek

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Custom designed 3- and 4- bedroom affordable homes at Greenbridge!

  • Currently home to over 450 families
  • Schools, retail, parks, library, and trails

HomeSight in partnership with the King County Housing Authority completed 8 energy-efficient single-family homes on SW 100th St  in Greenbridge,  a newly developed mixed-income Three-Star Built Green™ master planned community four blocks east of downtown White Center and only blocks from the Westwood Village shopping center.

Greenbridge Amenities:
Civic center  plaza
Jim Wiley Community Center & Neighborhood House
Fitness With a Purpose
The Southwest Boys & Girls Club
The Educare Early Learning and Head Start Center
YMCA Adult Learning Center
King County branch library
White Center Heights Elementary School is only a few blocks away.

The central street, 8th Avenue, is lined with commercial businesses, wide sidewalks, street trees, and bus stops. Parks are interspersed among the residential units with a gateway park at Roxbury. In addition, a major trail runs east-west crossing 8th Avenue.

The Greenbridge neighborhood is centrally situated for a commute to the majority of job centers in the Puget Sound Region with great highway access via I-5, I-405, SR 509, and SR 518 and King County Metro Transit provides convenient access from Greenbridge via routes 128, 113, 133, 60, 131 and 134 to downtown Seattle, Southcenter, West Seattle and the Eastside. Greenbridge is also located immediately up the hill from the Olsen/Myers Park and Ride Lot and is connected to downtown White Center and West Seattle by walking trails and established bike routes.

 

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