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July 29, 2019
Zella, a new 128-unit apartment building, has opened at 429 Second Ave W., in Seattle's Uptown neighborhood.
The seven-story, 114,000-square-foot building was designed to meet LEED certification. Green features include LED light fixtures, energy-efficient heat pumps and hot water heaters, electric resistance heat in units, and a solar panel array and green elements on the roof.
Amenities include a residents lounge, fitness center, and rooftop space with dog run and fire pit.
Units range from studios to two bedrooms, with rents from $1,825 to $3,685. Some are live-work units with private entrances at grade. There are 52 underground parking stalls, and a bike room with 33 stalls.
Zella was developed using the city's multifamily tax exemption program and Mandatory Housing Affordability incentives. Over 25% of units are affordable to those earning 60% to 80% area median income.
Developer: Pastakia + Associates
Architect: Encore Architects
General contractor: Graham Construction
Interiors: Object Space
Property manager: Greystar
Leander: CBRE (via the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
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