Meet Joe (Arnold Lofts). He’s Green, Looks Good, And Available For Rent

We’ve been meaning to visit the Joseph Arnold Lofts in Belltown, not just because we gravitate toward shiny, new buildings but because we’re fans of The Schuster Group’s last downtown residential development: Mosler Lofts. Like its sibling a few blocks away on Third Ave, Joseph Arnold Lofts features a lot of glass and exposed concrete…. Read More

The Joe 40% Leased

Marc Stiles at the PSBJ reports that The Joe in Belltown is already 40% leased: New downtown #Seattle apartment @TheJoeSeattle 1st apt highrise in state to win @greenglobecert. Developer says 40% of 131 units preleased. — Marc Stiles PSBJ (@MarcStilesPSBJ) November 4, 2013

Sneak Peek at Amenities at Joesph Arnold Lofts

Looks like quite the amenity list for the Joe aka Joseph Arnold Lofts going up in Belltown, built by the same developer as Mosler Lofts. I’m most impressed by the bike room! Rooftop Pet Walk If your roommate has four-legs, you’ll be glad to know Joe is very pet friendly. Furry friends will love the… Read More

Design Review #2: Joseph Arnold Lofts

On June 28, the downtown Design Review Board met to take a second look at the proposed design of Joseph Arnold Lofts planned for 2700 Elliott. I stopped in to get insight into the inner workings and here are my quick notes: Overall design of Joseph Arnold lofts didn’t see any huge shifts from the… Read More

Cheerful Interiors in a 12th Floor Bellora Condo

An enjoyable weekend of (mostly) sunshine also marked the listing of this cheerful sub-penthouse at the Bellora. Situated on the 12th floor, the 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo has brightly-accented interiors that invoke the cheerfulness found on the first sunny day of a Seattle spring. It is offered at $925K. The condo has the usual baseline for… Read More

Joseph Arnold Lofts in Belltown

The Schuster Group brought us Mosler Lofts back in 2008, and it is with anticipation that we look forward to seeing what they do with their current apartment project, Joseph Arnold Lofts. I couldn’t wait, so I took a peek at the design proposal that went before the design board on May 10 — this… Read More