In bustling Belltown a few blocks from Seattle’s historic waterfront, 81 Vine Street is a loft-style condo building situated in one of the city’s most impressive conversions. Built in 1914 as a printing factory, the building’s 24 homes are wonderfully preserved with floor-to-ceiling windows, loft-style bedrooms, a plethora of built-ins and vaulted ceilings. Homes at 81 Vine Street, which were converted to condos in 2000, offer a blend of premium finishes, endearing vintage materials and industrial flair. True to the era, some homes feature old-growth timber beam ceilings, brick walls and arched windows. 81 Vine Street is steps from Myrtle Edwards Park, the Space Needle, Climate Pledge Arena and downtown. The building enjoys a Walk Score of 98 and provides easy access to some of the city’s most notable destinations.
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