Our location at 12th Ave S & S Holgate St, on the north end of the neighborhood, might be considered the prime location of Beacon Hill. It’s a highly walkable and bikeable community of two buildings with great views and a plan that helps create community among our residents.
- 48 New, Stylish apartment homes in two buildings
- Studio, One Bedroom, Two Bedroom Apartment Homes
- Controlled access parking
- Landscaped private interior courtyard patio
- Exercise room off the courtyard patio
- Roof deck with BBQ
- Bicycle parking
- Built Green 4-Star Rating
- Views of Downtown & Elliott Bay
- Charming Surroundings
- Close to Beacon Hill’s famous shops, bars & bistros
- Walkable, bikeable
- Excellent Transit access
- Pet friendly
- Zip Downtown, to the UW or Sea-Tac from the Beacon Hill LINK light rail station.
- 1 Gigabit Data speeds now available with CenturyLink
From Seattle Met Magazine, 2011
- Best Places to Live
In Beacon Hill, it’s not uncommon for doctors and lawyers to live side-by-side with neighbors who are receiving subsidies from the city to make improvements to their homes. Economic diversity may be the defining characteristic of the South Seattle neighborhood, and it’s the one that residents are desperate to hold on to. “It’s one of my favorite parts about this place,” says Dylan Ahearn, an environmental consultant who lives in North Beacon Hill. “We’re all out in the street playing together all day long.”
It’s also the characteristic that might be the most endangered. In the slender strip of land just east of I-5, character-rich homes are still affordable—by Seattle standards—the views of the Olympics and the Cascades are virtually unmatched, and commute times to downtown are remarkably manageable even by bike. But now that the area near the new light rail station north of Jefferson Park is attracting commercial developers, it’s just a matter of time before more urban professionals discover what Beacon Hill has to offer—and what it could have in the future.
So now locals are wrestling with how to keep improving their ’hood without destroying its everyone-knows-everyone vibe. “You have to balance new development with trying to keep the character of the community,” Ahearn says. “It’s nice to have more services, but you don’t want to change the neighborhood so much that you drive people out “
From Seattle Magazine, 2012
- Beacon Hill Heats Up
Beacon Hill is heating up
“Seattle’s South End hilltop neighborhood is heating up. Long treasured for its diversity, Beacon Hill is amassing a trove of new tastes, out-of-the-box art and community music spaces—not to mention the new light rail station that provides quick and easy access for residents and day-trippers alike.” …Read More
Discover the fun of Beacon Hill
Walk through the quiet streets and find the treasures of shops, bistros and dives reflecting the cuisine of the world. There is nothing like attending a tamale making class at El Centro del la Raza to get a sense of what Beacon Hill is all about.