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Condos: The Klee

By December 6, 2017

The Klee Overview

Built in 2001, The Klee is a 140-unit condo building in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood near Olympic Sculpture Park and Seattle Center. Designed by Hewitt Architects, the mixed-use development was constructed into two separate towers connected by a glass atrium. The Klee’s six-story wood-frame tower features homes with spacious floorplans and more conventional layouts. The 13-story concrete tower offers loft-style homes with concrete floors, columns and floor-to-ceiling windows. The Klee also offers a variety of live/work lofts, as well. Shared community amenities include a courtyard, media room, fitness center, concierge, homeowners lounge, business center and outdoor barbeque space.

  • Built: 2001
  • Stories: 11
  • Units: 140
  • Rental Cap: None
  • Developer: Val Thomas
  • Builder:
  • Architect: Hewitt

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