New Apartments Rise Where Coveted Seattle Neighborhoods Meet

Prospective tenants can help support the community and enter to win one of four unforgettable experiences.
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The Danforth, a 16-story apartment tower at the intersection of Capitol Hill, First Hill and Seattle University.

Sponsored by The Danforth

Owing its name to a style of anchor used to secure ships in harbor, The Danforth is a 16-story apartment tower on top of Seattle’s newest Whole Foods Market. Opening in July 2018, with pre-leasing starting in May, The Danforth sits at the apex of three distinct neighborhoods, anchoring the intersection of Broadway and Madison - connecting Capitol Hill, First Hill and Seattle University. 

The Danforth Experience Contest

The Danforth is giving you a chance to get in early by entering to win one of four unforgettable experiences - a getaway to Willows Inn on Lummi Island, a private party at the Frye Art Museum, a private screening at the Northwest Film Forum, or custom whiskey blending with OOLA Distillery – and more!

The contest is designed to introduce prospective tenants to some of the iconic cultural organizations and local businesses that make The Danforth’s neighborhood such a great place to live. For every entrant, The Danforth will donate $1 (up to $10,000) to one of three local non-profits that help make the neighborhood vibrant, including Artist Trust, Seattle Humane and the Country Doctors. Each non-profit will receive a minimum of $2,500.  Contest entrants can vote for the non-profit of their choice. The leading vote-getter will receive an additional $2,500. Find more information and enter the contest here.

Modern Tower Living

Image: Whole Foods will open at the Danforth in fall 2018.

The Danforth's stylish apartments provide smart, sophisticated design in the heart of it all. Every detail of the tower has been carefully considered. With a wealth of amenities, including a rooftop greenhouse and community garden, a fully-stocked demonstration kitchen, fitness studio and communal spaces throughout, The Danforth invites interaction and relaxation.

Image: The Collection patio features an outdoor kitchen and lounge seating.

In each unit, exposed concrete ceilings and custom pendant lighting accentuate the clean, contemporary feel, while wood-grain plank flooring and gas fireplaces (in select units) provide a warm atmosphere. Each unit comes with air-conditioning to keep cool and comfortable in the summer months.

Image: The Collection Demonstration Kitchen on Level 3.

Designed with chefs in mind, the modern kitchens include ample preparation space and pantries for storage and feature Carrera-style quartz countertops and backsplash. The details and amenities of this trendy apartment tower merge with its location for comfortable and accessible city living.

Image: The Viewpoint on Level 16 features dining and lounge seating for entertaining with a view.

At the Danforth, living life to the fullest is defined by living right now and looking forward to what’s next. Pre-leasing begins in May 2018 with move-ins starting in July. Find more information at thedanforthseattle.com

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