SOLIS will be the first new eco-luxury condominium development in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood in a decade when it is ready for occupancy in the first quarter of 2020.
SEATTLE — With its next-generation design and urban lifestyle, SOLIS will be the first new eco-luxury condominium development in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in a decade when it is ready for occupancy in the first quarter of 2020.
Real estate brokers and prospective buyers recently toured the preview center for SOLIS, a six-story condominium community in the heart of Capitol Hill’s Pike-Pine corridor. They were able to learn more about the building and reserve homes for priority presales.
By the end of that weekend, 24 reservations had been accepted. SolTerra, the developer of SOLIS, has since broken ground on the project at 1300 E. Pike St., Seattle.
Prospective buyers interested in reserving one of the remaining units are encouraged to visit livesolis.com and contact Dave Janssens, sales director for Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty and the listing agent for SOLIS.
Now that the new development is under construction, Janssens says he will retire the marketing and introductory pricing by mid-October and reintroduce unsold homes in 2019, when hard-hat tours can be provided and values will be higher.
When complete, the building will include 45 eco-luxury condominium residences, from studios to two bedrooms and ranging in size from 476 to 832 square feet. Pricing will be from the mid-$400,000s to the high $900,000s.
SOLIS will offer numerous amenities for its residents, including an expansive rooftop retreat that features a sun deck, green roof and dog run with views of Seattle’s skyline, as well as a fireplace lounge, grilling area and secure bicycle storage.
The residences will feature 9-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood floors, air conditioning, natural gas, purified air quality, ultra-efficient energy (targeting Passive House standards), panoramic windows and more.
Sustainable sun-inspired touches will be added throughout the project, including sun-glazed Spanish tiles, Mediterranean lighting elements and a six-story art wall.
Designed by the architects at Weber Thompson, SOLIS will be built by Cascade Built, a leading Passive House contractor.
“We are very encouraged by the ongoing level of interest in SOLIS — clearly, the market was waiting for a quality Capitol Hill alternative to high-rise living in downtown Seattle,” says Marc Coluccio, the chief operating officer of SolTerra. “With presales underway, we will turn our attention towards constructing this unique community and delivering it on time.”
Known as one of Seattle’s most prominent districts for entertainment and nightlife, Capitol Hill is located a short distance from downtown and Pike Place Market. Residents can step outside their front door and head down the street to experience the abundance of cafés and boutiques, or depart from the urban vibe altogether with a short stroll to Cal Anderson Park, recognized by Forbes as one of the nation’s best parks.
Some of Seattle’s highest-rated dining establishments are located nearby, including Wa’z and JuneBaby on Bon Appetit’s list of America’s Best New Restaurants.