A mixed use high-rise in downtown Seattle, from a joint venture between Minneapolis-based Opus Northwest and Holland Development of Seattle, Wash. This urban village development is 17 stories tall and includes 220 apartments – 82 studio apartments, 94 one-bedroom apartments and 44 two-bedroom apartments. Residences range in size from 475 to 1,342 square feet and feature granite bar-top counters, alder wood cabinetry, Whirlpool appliances, in-unit washer/dryers and track lighting in the dining rooms. Additionally, many residences include views of the downtown skyline and of Elliott Bay. Community amenities include a rooftop terrace and fitness center with 360 degree sightlines, a pet-friendly play area and an Internet lounge. In addition to the medical office space, M-Street will have 14,979 square feet of retail space on the ground level.
Located at 900 8th Ave., in the First Hill neighborhood, M-Street is five blocks away from Seattle’s central business district, which currently supports more than 235,000 jobs. First Hill community, has been the base for some of Seattle’s finest medical facilities, earning it the nickname of Pill Hill. This high-rise includes 39,000-square foot of medical office space, is located between three major hospitals – Virginia Mason, Swedish Medical and Harbor View – which makes M-Street an appealing option to many of the 21,000 medical professionals who are employed at these facilities.
M Street is home to Pacific Medical Centers, which is leasing nearly 7,000 square feet of space for its new Diagnostic & Wellness Center for Women, and M Street Grocery. In addition to its proximity to jobs, M-Street is also near Benaroya Hall; McCaw Hall; Seattle’s Repertory Theatre; and Safeco Field, CenturyLink Stadium and Key Arena.