The Banner Building is a luxury condominium building located in Belltown, Seattle. The building is at 80 Vine St. and was built in 1994 and designed by Weinstein Copeland Architects. Comprised of both residential and commercial properties, Banner was built with the concept of work/live spaces in mind. The building won multiple AIA awards , and was one of the first work/live buildings in the city. The 26 units are loft-style open shells with high ceilings and exceptionally large windows. The interiors themselves are very industrial, with exposed beams and concrete floors. Please follow the link to see if there are any current listings available in the Banner Building.
There will be an open house at The Art Stable, Tuesday, May 3rd from 11 AM to 1 PM. Only two condos are left in this award winning building building designed by iconic architect Tom Kundig.
Both units are shells giving you the ability to create your own dramatic and custom space. Floor to ceiling windows take in vistas of Downtown, Olympic Mountains, and Queen Anne Hill as well as the colorful urban fabric of vibrant South Lake Union neighborhood.
The commercially zoning allows the units to be used as live work spaces. Click to read more about the 6th floor condo and 4th floor condo or come by the open house tomorrow to see the condos in person.
In addition, look for a more thorough blog about The Art Stable in the coming days.