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Brian Miller
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February 6, 2020

On the Block: Co-living firm Node to make Seattle debut on Queen Anne

Castle Court, at 822 Queen Anne Ave. N., sold almost two years ago for $7.2 million. Since then, the handsome, century-old apartment building on the corner of Aloha Street has been quiet. (The city says it's vacant, which a recent visit confirmed.) That's about to change, along with the name: Node Seattle.

International co-living company Node is the new owner. It recently filed plans to gut renovate the four-story building, which now has around 23 units. After a seismic retrofit of the unreinforced masonry structure, which dates to 1915, it'll have 33 furnished units (some private, some shared), shared kitchens and common areas (or “resident lounges”), plus a new elevator and stairs. It offers six- to 12-month leases at other properties.

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