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Great Loft at the Fix/Madore in Pike Place Market

By March 12, 2018


Sitting between Pike Place Market and a waterfront that is about to be re-vamped is the Fix/Madore a pair of buildings from the early 1900s. The Fix building, a former furniture factory was turned into lofts in the late 70s/early 80s and we’re very fortunate to list a friend’s amazing loft there.

Unit R604 is just the kind of loft we love – exposed brick, high wood-clad ceilings affording a bedroom loft, huge windows and western exposure. This top floor loft is 795 square feet with a 175 square foot sleeping loft for a total of 970 square feet giving you a nice amount of square footage.

The sellers who have lived here for years and are sad to sell, will most miss that the backdoor of the building leads to the waterfront which is about to be revamped with the Viaduct being taken down next year, and the front door of the building leads into Pike Place Market. Other things they’ll miss – a secret entrance to Zig Zag, grabbing mini donuts from the market on the way into work, going to the Showbox at a moment’s notice and having Light Rail within a few blocks.

Priced at $550,000 with dues of $671 a month, we’re reviewing offers on Monday, the 20th.

We’ll have an open house Thursday from 12-1pm and another Sunday from 1-3pm if you want to check it out or just stop by to say hi. Or if you’d like a private showing let us know, [email protected] or 206-618-1600.

Photos by Mariana at Clarity Northwest and staging by Rosichelli Design.

I’m the founder and managing broker of Urban Livin. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.

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