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New Condominiums Arriving Soon to Seattle’s Most Beloved Communities

Seattle has been called a “City of Neighborhoods” – one for every lifestyle. The Neighborhood Collection is a collaborative of local visionaries, architects, contractors and market leaders that will deliver brand new condominium homes in the heart of the iconic Pike-Pine Corridor, North Capitol Hill and Wallingford. Offering a highly engaging lifestyle, residents will enjoy an array of amenities for gathering, unwinding and turnkey living. Now’s your turn to secure a new home with preferred selection, introductory pricing and interest rate lock programs designed to maximize your purchasing power ahead of the public sales debut. Thoughtfully designed and reflecting an appreciation of natural light, the studio, urban one bedroom and one bedroom flats and lofts are offered from the $400,000s to more than $800,000. Register now for priority sales information.

Wallingford 45 occupies a singular location toward the west end of 45th Street, in the heart of Wallingford. The project is within walking distance of the burgeoning dining scenes along Wallingford Ave and Stone Way, and within close proximity of Woodland Park and its associated zoo. Wallingford 45 resides near the intersection of several of the neighborhood’s most time-honored restaurants, watering holes, cafes and stores, allowing for a pedestrian-friendly lifestyle that is rich in local flavor.

95 Walk Score



Situated at the intersection of 12th Ave E and E John Street, Edison Caphill occupy a prized position at the epicenter of everything the neighborhood has to offer. It is within a scant block of Cal Anderson Park for relaxing days in the sun, and only a couple more blocks to the eclectic shopping, dining and entertainment on offer along Broadway and the more relaxed café culture of 15th Avenue.

97 Walk Score



Atrium rests at the intersection of North Capitol Hill’s most historic residential streets and the gateway to the eclectic culture and commerce of Broadway Avenue. Volunteer Park, the mansions of “Millionaire’s Row” and the Harvard Belmont historic district are just steps away from Atrium’s front doors, yet a short stroll to the South reveals a world of exciting cuisine, interconnected transportation options, entertainment and educational opportunities.

85 Walk Score