Stadium Loft floor plans

The Stadium Lofts posted floor plans and more details on their site, www.liveatstadiumlofts.com/, recently.

I like working in Pioneer Square but after 7pm there is nowhere to eat except Taco Del Mar. Even Quizno’s closes at 7pm.

About Matt Goyer

I love condos, lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns so much so that since starting this blog in 2006 I've written over 2,000 blog posts about them!

For years I resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be a marketing executive at Redfin but after leaving Redfin (after seven years!) I caved in the spring of 2014 and became a broker. So if you need help finding that "Urbnlivn-style" place or selling your home email me at matt@urbnlivn.com, I'd be happy to help you.

Prior to Urbnlivn and Redfin, I worked at Microsoft after graduating from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics with a major in computer science.

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  • brain

    Just a sampling –
    Elysian Brewing Company
    Fado
    Nijo
    Uwajimaya
    FX
    Pyramid
    New Orleans
    …you get the idea.

  • brain

    Just a sampling –
    Elysian Brewing Company
    Fado
    Nijo
    Uwajimaya
    FX
    Pyramid
    New Orleans
    …you get the idea.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a good thing Taco Del Mar is AWESOME!

  • Greg

    It’s a good thing Taco Del Mar is AWESOME!

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Brian, good point, but I don’t believe any of those places have meals in the $5-8 range which is what I’m looking for most nights.

    …I believe FX stops serving dinner at 7pm. At least I know we’ve been there on a Monday after work and had to leave because they had stopped serving.

  • http://blog.mattgoyer.com Matt

    Brian, good point, but I don’t believe any of those places have meals in the $5-8 range which is what I’m looking for most nights.

    …I believe FX stops serving dinner at 7pm. At least I know we’ve been there on a Monday after work and had to leave because they had stopped serving.

  • Foster

    I have eaten at the New Orleans a number of times. They have a great deal – $1.50 for a heaping plate of Southern rice&beans. Fills me up. Or you can go with their real meals, which is more than I can eat in one sitting…and they’re not too pricy. Thursday nights at like 7 or 8 is the best time, because there is a free live swing band playing.

  • Foster

    I have eaten at the New Orleans a number of times. They have a great deal – $1.50 for a heaping plate of Southern rice&beans. Fills me up. Or you can go with their real meals, which is more than I can eat in one sitting…and they’re not too pricy. Thursday nights at like 7 or 8 is the best time, because there is a free live swing band playing.

  • kh

    there might be a few food options, but being a single female walking around the neighborhood at night freaks me out a bit!

    you’d should factor hiring a bodyguard into the price :)

  • kh

    there might be a few food options, but being a single female walking around the neighborhood at night freaks me out a bit!

    you’d should factor hiring a bodyguard into the price :)

  • Chris

    wow is the architecture really worth it to some people? (it being 375k for a studio). For the pleasure of experiencing 5-10 years of viaduct-related construcion and literally living in the shadow of, alternately depending on time of day, the stadium and the existing viaduct. Is that the “urban grot” thing here I must be missing

  • Chris

    wow is the architecture really worth it to some people? (it being 375k for a studio). For the pleasure of experiencing 5-10 years of viaduct-related construcion and literally living in the shadow of, alternately depending on time of day, the stadium and the existing viaduct. Is that the “urban grot” thing here I must be missing

  • brain

    it’s going to be a tough sell. on the other hand, it isn’t so huge a number of units and to the number of people they need to sell them all it might be worth it. can they re-zone a project by floor? could they run commercial up through the 3rd or 4th if they had to?

    they better glaze those windows right…

  • brain

    it’s going to be a tough sell. on the other hand, it isn’t so huge a number of units and to the number of people they need to sell them all it might be worth it. can they re-zone a project by floor? could they run commercial up through the 3rd or 4th if they had to?

    they better glaze those windows right…

  • Cameron

    Other than being an older building I can’t see anything architecturally interesting about it at all. AND if, as it appears, the viaduct is rebuilt bigger, taller, wider..whatever… this will be in a terrible location.

  • Cameron

    Other than being an older building I can’t see anything architecturally interesting about it at all. AND if, as it appears, the viaduct is rebuilt bigger, taller, wider..whatever… this will be in a terrible location.

  • brain

    Speaking of the viaduct – why isn’t this a bigger issue on people’s minds here in Seattle? Will someone please explain the magic to me? Tear it down, costs be damned. Why is there any argument whatsoever?

  • brain

    Speaking of the viaduct – why isn’t this a bigger issue on people’s minds here in Seattle? Will someone please explain the magic to me? Tear it down, costs be damned. Why is there any argument whatsoever?

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    What about the close proximity to the railroad tracks?

  • http://blog.mattgoyer.com Matt

    What about the close proximity to the railroad tracks?

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    I don’t care about the viaduct because I never drive :). That’s the beauty of urban living!

  • http://blog.mattgoyer.com Matt

    I don’t care about the viaduct because I never drive :). That’s the beauty of urban living!

  • brain

    I also work in Pioneer Sq and I also don’t drive…

    The beauty of urban living would be greatly enhanced by the its disappearance – and transit has absolutely NOTHING to do with it.

  • brain

    I also work in Pioneer Sq and I also don’t drive…

    The beauty of urban living would be greatly enhanced by the its disappearance – and transit has absolutely NOTHING to do with it.

  • jpsfranks

    the I.D. a couple blocks up from pioneer square has all the cheap eats you could ever need. if i lived in within walking distance i’d probably weigh 15 lbs more.

  • jpsfranks

    the I.D. a couple blocks up from pioneer square has all the cheap eats you could ever need. if i lived in within walking distance i’d probably weigh 15 lbs more.

  • Cameron

    The Stranger is all over the viaduct issue. There seems to be at least one post a day with 50+ comments on their ‘slog’.

  • Cameron

    The Stranger is all over the viaduct issue. There seems to be at least one post a day with 50+ comments on their ‘slog’.

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