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The Terrace at Greenbridge

8th Ave S & SW 100th St
Seattle, WA 98146

  • 3 and  4 bedroom homes
  • All homes under $300,000
  • Close to schools, retail, parks, library, and trails

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

Neighborhood information:
Amenities include Greenbridge’s civic center which contains a plaza, a renovated community center run by Neighborhood House and the Southwest Boys & Girls Club, the Educare Early Learning and Head Start Center, a YMCA Adult Learning Center, a King County branch library, and residential units with home-based businesses. In addition, the  White Center Heights Elementary School is only a few blocks away. The central street, 8th Avenue, is lined with wide sidewalks, street trees and bus stops . Parks are interspersed among the residential units beginning with the gateway park at Roxbury and a major trail runs east-west crossing 8th Avenue.

 

Cokoffi-1smCokoffi Condominiums

1220 East Columbia Street
Seattle, WA  98122

Completed in September 2007, Cokoffi Condominiums is a 3-story building with 19 units consisting of studios, 1 bedrooms, two bedrooms, and three-bedrooms.  Prices ranged between $161,000 to $386,000. The building is served by an elevator for added convenience.  Ground floor units have private covered entries.

Neighborhood information:
Part of the Squire Park Community, The Cokoffi is conveniently at the crossroads between Capitol Hill, the Central District, International District, and immediately adjacent to Seattle University. It is also close to bus lines, major hospitals, trendy restaurants, and coffee shops.

The Stellina

833 Davis Pl. S. Seattle, WA  98144
17 one-bedroom (612 sf.) and 17 two-bedroom (785 sf.) homes just minutes from Downtown Seattle, the International District, Judkins and Pratt Park, the Lake Washington Bike Path, shopping, and within a few blocks of both I-90 and I-5 access, and Metro free ride zones. What could be more convenient AND affordable?

Other Amenities include: Controlled entry; Secure underground parking; Decks with a view (some with views of the Olympic Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Downtown Seattle).

Kokanee Creek

12730 15th Avenue West
Everett, WA 98204

Completed in 2005, Kokanee Creek is built on a cul-de-sac which offers a pedestrian friendly neighborhood with a landscaped common area, a beautiful wetland greenbelt, easy access to the freeway, park and rides, and much more!

Amenities include:
3 distinct floor plans; Homes from 1,266-1,580 sf.; 9 ft. main floor ceilings; Bonus rooms; Attached garages; Gas heat and range; Appliance package; Front and back porches; private Yards; Landscaped common area; Brand new elementary school; Close proximity to public transportation and regional employment centers!

Noji Gardens

Martin Luther King Jr. Way and S. Orcas

Noji Gardens is HomeSight’s first development in the Rainier Valley and the first use of two-story manufactured housing components in the Pacific Northwest.  Built in 3 phases with a total of 75 new homes, Noji was built to serve a wide range of household incomes, family sizes, ages, and cultures through a rich mix of housing types.  Awarded “Best New Manufactured Housing Subdivision” in 2002 by the Manufactured Housing Industry.  Noji Gardens was completed in 2002.

Noji Commons was built and completed in 2004 by the University of Washington Architecture Department’s Design/Build Studio.

Parcel 38

30th Ave. S. and S Irving St.

Completed in 2002, Parcel 38 is an 11 home project that combines an innovative mixture of single-family homes and townhomes in the Mount Baker community.  This diverse mix of units created variety while achieving the higher density the community desired for this project.  It also allowed HomeSight to serve a wider range of incomes at the site.  Designs are based on Icon and Pentron’s award winning craftsman style homes that complement the existing housing stock in the neighborhood.  Homes are located on the hillside above Sam Smith Park and have breathtaking vistas of the Olympic Mountains, Downtown Seattle and Puget Sound.  All homes have hardwood floors, a fireplace, maple cabinets, and security system.

Unit Details:
8 two-bedroom homes
1,020 – 1,060 sf
1 1/2 baths

3 four-bedroom homes
1,755 sf
2 1/2 baths

Price: $212,000 – $367,000
Architect: Icon Architects
Contractor: Pentron Corporation
Total Community Investment: $2.9 million

Riley’s Glen

Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. and 26th Ave. S.

Riley’s Glen combines a neighborhood setting with city living.  Conveniently located near downtown Seattle, shopping areas, public transportation, playgrounds, and school, this 29 unit development offers a creative mix of townhomes and single-family homes!  Seattle/King County Master Builders recognized this project with 2 Silver Awards in 1998.  In addition, Professional Builder Magazine and HUD awarded Riley’s Glen the prestigious Platinum Award in the “Best in America Living” competition.  Riley’s Glen was completed in 1998.

Unit Details:
12 two-bedroom townhomes
950 – 975 sf
1 1/2 baths

9 three-bedroom homes
1,300 sf
1 1/2 baths
Carport or detached garage

8 four-bedroom homes
1,400 – 1,450 sf
2- 2 1/2 baths
Attached or detached garage

Price: $109,000 – $173,900
Architect: Icon Architects
Contractor: Pentron Corporation, Peter Davis Builders, Novalco
Total Community Investment: $3.9 million

Trillium Court

21st Ave. S. and Judkins St.

This 9 unit townhome and single-family development is strategically located in Seattle’s Central District Area and has views of Beacon Hill and downtown Seattle.  Trillium Court was recognized in the American Institute of Architects and the Seattle Times “Housing the Northwest 1997 Open House” event.  Trillium Court was Completed in 1997.

Unit Details:
5 three-bedroom townhomes
1,200 sf
1 1/2 baths

1 three-bedroom home
1,350 sf
1 1/2 baths

3 four-bedroom homes
1,500  sf
2 baths

Price: $120,300 – $143,900
Architect: Geise Architects
Contractor: Peter Davis Builders
Total Community Investment: $1.2 million

Landes Ridge


MLK Jr. Way S. and 28th Ave. Between S. Massachusetts and S. Grand St.MLK Jr. Way S. and 28th Ave

Landes Ridge, dedicated in honor of Seattle’s first and only female mayor was completed in 1997. This 25 home development has city views from the houses on 28th Ave. S., is near downtown, and has access to Lake Washington bicycling trails. Residents have easy access to public transportation and are within walking distance of Sam Smith Park. Select homes have views with decks and attached garages.

Unit Details:
9 two-bedroom homes
925 sf
1 bath
Arranged around a courtyard

12 three-bedroom homes

1,200 sf
1 3/4 baths

4 three-bedroom homes
1,600 sf
2 1/2 bath

Price: $98,100 – $217,000
Architect: GLS
Contractor: Marpac Construction
Total Community Investment: $3.2 million

Heiwa Commons

Martin Luther King Jr. Way. S. and Irving St.

Heiwa Commons is “a place of peace”. Home owners have direct access to downtown Seattle through MLK Jr. Way S. The National Association of Builders and Professional Builders Magazine presented this project a Platinum Award in the “Best in American Living” competition and 2 Silver Awards for “Best Community Land Use” and “Best Design for a Detached Home Under $175,000.” Heiwa Commons was Completed in 1997.

Unit Details:
10 two-bedroom homes
900 sf
1 bath

13 three-bedroom homes
1,340 sf
1 1/2 baths
Attached garage

5 four-bedroom homes
1,400 sf
2 1/2 baths
Attached garage

Price: $99,200 – $148,700
Architect: Icon Architects
Contractor: Pentron Corporation
Total Community Investment: $3.6 million

Antonio M. Terry Estates

Yesler Way and S. Washington St. and 24th and 25th Ave. S.

Completed in 1996, this is HomeSight’s first large scale development of homes. It is named in honor of Seattle Police Officer and Central Area community advocate Antonio M. Terry. Located in the heart of the Central Area, these 18 three-bedroom homes are a block away from Douglas Truth Public Library and the Promenade 23 shopping area. The Antonio M. Terry Estates development project was honored by the Seattle Times and the American Institute of Architects as “The Seattle Times House of the Week.” Each home is 1,340 square feet with 2 1/2 baths and attached garage.

Unit Details:
Price: $127,000 – $130,000
Architect: Icon
Contractor: Pentron Corporation
Total Community Investment: $2.3 million

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