Downtown Vacancies

Davenport

420 Vine St, Seattle, WA 98121, USA
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LOOKING FOR MONTH TO MONTH PARKING?  LOOK NO MORE, SECURE GARAGE PARKING IN THE HEART OF BELLTOWN

CALL CLAUDIA FOR AVAILABILITY @ 206-728-0218

420 DAVENPORT SEATTE WA 98121

250.00
Available: Jan 15
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THE DAVENPORT PROUDLY ANOUNCES OUR

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14, 2017 FROM 1-3PM

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PERSONALIZE TOUR @ 206- 728-0218



1195-1395
Available: Jan 15
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We currently have a beautiful studio on the third floor, with parkay hardwood floors through out, full size kitchen/bathroom.  Available for immediate move in. Please call Claudia on site manager for a personalized showing TODAY @ 206-728-0218.310-5
1195
Available: Feb 1
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Davenport Apartments currently has a couple of Studios located on the top floor, sun drenched rooms, full size kitchen and bath.  Very charming that would live you ready for move in.  Come prepared with checkbook and ready to sign on the dotted line. Call TODAY and schedule a personalized tour with Claudia who is ready to help you find your new home for 2017!! space-needle206-728-0218
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Downtown

The Belltown neighborhood lies along Seattle’s waterfront, between the central business district and the city’s most famous landmark, the Space Needle. Belltown is a medium-to-high-density residential neighborhood. It is also home to many of the city’s hottest night-clubs, coffee houses, art galleries and restaurants.

Also known as the Denny Regrade, this neighborhood has a rich history. In the earlier part of the 20th Century Denny Hill was leveled in a massive engineering project that spawned today’s Belltown neighborhood.

From Belltown, the Waterfront, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center (Lower Queen Anne) and Downtown are only footsteps away. Hwy 99 and north & southbound I-5 are also easily accessible.

The commercial success of Seattle’s business district lures people from all over King County to shop and work; why suffer the commute when you can just lace up your shoes?