Why Buy One Live/Work Loft, When You Could Buy Six?

Live/work lofts are relatively rare in Seattle so when you get the opportunity to buy six at once, why not?

Here’s your chance to buy Fremont Lofts. Not just one, but the whole project. Only $2.6m. This isn’t the first time they’ve tried to sell the whole building. The last time was back in 2011 for $2.7m.

Total Monthly Income: $15,097. Cap Rate (NOI/LP): 5.67.

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Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts with industrial features and new construction condos that is only eclipsed by his passion for outdoor sports and urban living. Phrases such as “polished concrete” and “exposed brick” are music to his ears. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • phil

    Many of the new smaller buildings going up in LQA/Uptown have live/work units, though most are coming on the market as rentals; like h2oseattle.com at Harrison & 2nd Ave W. http://www.gaytewayongaler.com had 2 live/work units for sale on QA, but their site doesn’t say whether these specific units have sold.

  • lily

    The problem with this building is location. Its retail spaces are tiny and get little street traffic, other than from pedestrians either on their way to or from the adjacent bar. The residential lofts are in uncomfortably close proximity to the bar, especially the outdoor smoking section. It gets loud enough on weekends, and I can only image that the sound must be near unbearable during World Cup season since the bar is a British soccer pub.