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Seattle’s 10 Largest Apartments in 2015

By February 10, 2016

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While in 2014 we saw a total of 43 major multi-family developments (50+ units) delivered to market – projects that added nearly 6,400 new apartments – this segment has delivered considerably less new inventory throughout 2015.

A total of 26 large developments (counting 50 or more units) were delivered in 2015, adding 4,279 new apartments to the local inventory. Moreover, it seems that a select few projects did all the heavy lifting, with 60% of these units being part of the 10 biggest apartment projects completed in 2015, ranking led by Premiere on Pine who alone delivered 386 new rental units.

What other projects made the Top 10? Our friends over at RENTCafé did the research and put together a list of the 10 biggest rental developments completed in 2015 (by number of units):

#1 Premiere on Pine – 386 apartments in downtown

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Read our blog post from the launch party or our hard hat tour.

Premiere on Pine, image courtesy of RENTCafé

#2 Cirrus – 355 apartments in South Lake Union

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#3 Cielo – 335 apartments in First Hill

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#4 Odin – 301 apartments in Ballard

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Odin, image courtesy of Equity Residential

#5 AMLI South Lake Union – 293 apartments in SLU

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Read about our hard hat tour.

#6 Broadstone Infinity – 248 apartments in Capitol Hill

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Image credits: Broadstone-Infinity official website

#7 Spruce – 216 apartments in West Seattle

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#8 Astro – 211 apartments in Lower Queen Anne

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Image credits: Astro Seattle official website

#9 Rooster – 196 apartments in Roosevelt

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Image credits: Rooster Apartments official website

#10 bridges@11th – 184 apartments in U-District

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Image courtesy of bridges@11th official website