Avalon Loft Remodeled By Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam

Often times when the primary photo of a listing is a view photo I never click through to check the place out. For whatever reason, I clicked on 22 John St Unit 39 this morning to find the place not only has a view of the Sound and the Space Needle but the place is a sweet loft at The Avalon with a connection to Pearl Jam:

Own a piece of Seattle’s music history! Form meets function in this stunning loft remodeled by noted architect Mike Mora for a member of Pearl Jam.

I tried to figure out which member of Pearl Jam but failed. Anyone know??

And at $340k for 1,000 square foot place this seems like a pretty good deal but keep in mind it is a co-op and doesn’t have parking.

22 John St Unit 39 Interior Avalon Loft Remodeled By Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam

22 John St Unit 39 Living Room Avalon Loft Remodeled By Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam

Update: Thanks to a commenter for tipping us off that it was Jeff Ament‘s place:

It really is a genuine bit of history, not only because the remodel work was done by someone who befriended Jeff before PJ got huge, but because Jeff lived there back in the day too – in the Cameron Crowe movie PJ2o Stone describes how he went over there so he and Jeff could have a first listen to the audition tape mailed in by Eddie Vedder.

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  • phil

    Now that’s a nice loft.  I see keyboards in one picture, so that might be a clue as to the owner.  I’m sure you could lease a parking spot in one of the many parking lots or in a nearby building.

  • http://twitter.com/mikeindustries Mike Davidson

    Jeff Ament.

  • Guest

    It really is a genuine bit of history, not only because the remodel work was done by someone who befriended Jeff before PJ got huge, but because Jeff lived there back in the day too – in the Cameron Crowe movie PJ2o Stone describes how he went over there so he and Jeff could have a first listen to the audition tape mailed in by Eddie Vedder.

  • Mc

    Dues: $652 

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Yeah, it being a co-op, that probably includes utilities too though.