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June 2, 2015
L&P Partners has finished Aperture on Fifth, a 106-unit apartment complex at 206 Fifth Ave. near the Space Needle.
NK Architects said it designed the seven-story, 107,000-square-foot building with vertical glass corridors and a punch of color to draw the eye upward toward the Space Needle.
Aperture on Fifth has 24 studio, 62 one-bedroom, and 16 two-bedroom apartments, and four ground-level live/work units with private patios. They range from 417 to 1,022 square feet.
(Editor's note: This story has been changed to correct the mix and size of the units.)
A five-story, open-air courtyard is in the center and there is a rooftop deck. Tenants can use a fire pit, barbecues, bocce ball court and dog walk. The complex also has a fitness center, club room, enclosed bicycle stalls, ski and snowboard storage, dog wash station, and 81 underground parking stalls.
Rents range from $1,605 to $2,487.
L&P Partners declined to say how many units have been leased.
NK said in a press release that the project was built to achieve Built Green 3-Star certification, with open exterior walkways for ventilation, daylighting with energy efficient windows, LED lighting, Energy Star appliances and quartz countertops.
NK said Aperture has a Walk Score of 96, with transportation, shopping and entertainment nearby.
The project team was Rushforth Construction, contractor; Pace Engineers, civil engineering and surveying; Emerald Aire, HVAC; Ground Support, shoring; YT Engineers, structural; Vida Design, interior design; Tacoma Plumbing; Valley Electric; and Karen Kiest|Landscape Architects.