Condo at South Lake Union’s boutique Art Stable building
An architectural stunner, 516 Yale Ave. N #400 is a two-bedroom condo in South Lake Union’s boutique Art Stable building. Designed by Tom Kundig, the full-floor loft offers a mix of modern, playful and avant-garde elements across 3,983 square feet.
While Kundig designed the building, its five units were sold as unfinished shells. As a result, each one has developed its own unique look and feel over the years. George Suyama and Seattle’s Gulassa & Co. were tapped to bring this home’s interior to life. In 2013, Architect Magazine said that Suyama’s works were known for their “mix [of] austerity and craft with the Japanese sensibilities of reverence for nature.” Unit #400 at Art Stable reflects that philosophy—from its blackened steel elements and west glass wall to its massive steel casement window.
Nearly every kitchen element is stainless steel, from the gas range and fridge to the cabinets and countertops. And it’s all easy-to-conceal behind a set of sliding doors. Built in 2010, the home also features large, open spaces that provide enough flexibility for a live-work set-up, innovative European ground source heating and cooling and keyed elevator access.
Listed by Betsy Terry and Mary Jane Powers, Ewing & Clark, Inc. | Listed at $4,200,000