$1,725

Details for AW Larson Apt. #312 MFTE

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Leasing Apartments for Modern Living in Seattle. The A.W. Larson Building is a modern collection of high-design studio, one bedroom and live/work homes located in Eastlake. The mixed-use building features 50 open concept suites, controlled access entry, green common courtyard, and a fitness center. A fantastic roof top deck and lounge offers a place for residents to relax, entertain and enjoy stunning views of Lake Union and beyond.

• Rooftop deck with stunning panoramic views of Lake Union

• BBQ area

• Modern Fireplace

• Modern furniture in communal areas

• Controlled access building

• 100% smoke free building

• Close-to-everything location

• Unit Amenities

Deposits and Fees

Move-In Deposit                 $300 Refundable

Pet Deposit                          $300 Refundable

Pet Policy                             65lb / 2 Pet Limit, Breed Restrictions Apply

Bike Storage                        Complimentary

Fob Key Deposit                 $40 per key (Refundable)

Application Fee                 $40 (Non-Refundable)

*Renters Insurance Required

590 square feet traditional one bedroom plus den, west facing, third floor, floor to ceiling windows, view of Space Needle, pantry, large bathroom, washer and dryer, gourmet kitchen package. Available.

Online Application Procedures

  1. Got to www.larsoneastlake.com
  2. Click on “Apply Now” tab located on the top right corner.
  • Bathrooms
    1
  • Price
    $1,725
  • Square Feet
    590

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