It wasn't just one person, or even a few, who made Stadium Place a reality. This iconic property required more than a decade of long-term planning and brings a jolt of energy to south downtown Seattle, activating a true 24/7 live-work-play community. Stadium Place is a transformational project that includes two city blocks and nearly four acres of previously underdeveloped land that was used for event parking at Seattle’s two professional sports stadiums.
Stadium Place features two unique but complementary buildings positioned at the nexus of three vibrant Seattle neighborhoods, stitching together historic Pioneer Square, the International District and the Stadium Entertainment District. The development includes The Nolo, an 11-story, 163-unit loft-style apartment complex with high ceilings, elegant finishes, and open floor plans, and The Wave, a modern, upscale 26-story apartment tower with unparalleled views and 333 residential units. Both buildings are above a retail and parking podium and offer indoor-outdoor open space amenities for residents, including a 5th-floor terrace where The Nolo and The Wave meet, and roof terraces on both towers offering views toward the nearby stadiums, historic Pioneer Square, downtown Seattle and Puget Sound.
With a prime location next to the recently revitalized King Street Station regional transit hub with connections to light and heavy rail, busses, a streetcar and access to ferries, the project is ideally located to support smart growth density.
On site retail includes two restaurants, a clothing store, boutique grocery store and a sports apparel store.
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