Alliance Residential Brings 400 New Multifamily Residences to Historic Seattle Neighborhood

SEATTLE, WA – Alliance Residential Company is expanding its signature Broadstone development concept to Seattle’s historic First Hill neighborhood with two new projects – Broadstone Saxton and Broadstone Lexington.

The eight-story, 325-unit Broadstone Saxton and the seven-story, 75-unit Broadstone Lexington recently began construction, sitting directly across James Street from one another at the Terry Avenue intersection. The two luxury properties join Alliance’s other Seattle Broadstone communities in the Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and West Seattle neighborhoods.

“Broadstone Saxton and Broadstone Lexington will be designed in an enduring style that honors the historic character of the First Hill neighborhood,” said Jeremiah Jolicoeur, Alliance’s Managing Director for the Northwest region. “Residents will find a new standard of living with high-quality amenities, sophisticated shared living spaces and a vibrant social environment, all within steps of world-class medical and research institutions. Both of these communities offer the distinct advantage of being centrally located near the rapidly expanding and high-paying employment neighborhoods of First Hill, downtown and South Lake Union.”

Broadstone Lexington is a modern boutique building with strong historic character located at 1050 James Street. With expected completion in late 2017, Lexington’s luxury boutique community features an expansive rooftop deck, a club room and a game room, along with a variety of common living spaces to facilitate a social community within this active urban area.

Broadstone Saxton, located at 1001 James Street, is scheduled to be completed in early 2018 and will feature a contemporary design to mirror the way First Hill continues to evolve as a neighborhood. Ideal for the sophisticated, social and active resident, Saxton offers a distinct garden courtyard with a strong ‘living room’ and ‘front porch’ connection to Terry Avenue green street along with 7,000 square feet of on-site retail space, a hotel-like lobby, expansive roof deck, 24/7 fitness center and more.

Both communities will feature studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. Broadstone Saxton will also offer two-bedroom townhomes.

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