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July 14, 2014

306QA Apartments

Photos by Janine Namgung, Caron Architecture [enlarge]

306QA is a six-story mixed-use building at 306 Queen Anne Ave. N.

It has 50 studio and open-one-bedroom units, averaging 417 to 562 square feet. There are three live/work units averaging 601 to 734 square feet at street level.

A glass storefront wraps the entire street level, which gives the live/work units more of a commercial look to attract small businesses.

Orange accents are used to create a visual connection throughout the design. A historical mural and photographs of the Northwest are in the lobby and corridors.

There are six private patio decks for residents on level two, and a roof deck with a green roof, landscaping, barbecue gas grill, fire pit and seating.

Each unit has high-efficiency WaterSense bathroom faucets, showerheads and toilets. Kitchens have quartz countertops and stainless steel Energy Star-rated appliances.

Developer: Gramor Development

Architect: Caron Architecture

Contractor: Redhawk Group

Civil engineer: The Blueline Group

Landscape architect: GHA Landscape Architects

Geotechnical engineer: Associated Earth Sciences

Structural engineer: Frank Co.

Acoustical engineer: SSA Acoustics

Waterproofing consultant: BEE Consulting

Property management: Bonavista Property Management

Furnishings: Room and Board

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