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    bellora_aboutLocated just one block from the Olympic Sculpture Park, Myrtle Edwards Park and Pier 70, the Bellora is a luxurious 13-story tower with 89 units built in 2003. Designed by Snell Partnerships and developed by Murray Franklyn, the high-rise includes studios, 1-bedrooms plus dens, 2-bedrooms plus dens and penthouses that range from 488 to 2,000 square feet. Bamboo, cork and Shoji walls (which divide the master bedroom from the living space) give units a Japanese influence. Initial building plans were changed to attract more homebuyers and real estate agents. Some of the changes included bigger kitchens, hardwood flooring throughout living spaces, computer niches, stainless steel appliances and more high-end amenities (i.e. more expensive fixtures and designer tiles). Many homes also include stackable parking spaces and have views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.

    Year Built: 2003
    Number of Stories: 13
    Number of Units: 93
    Retail/Office Space:: Yes
    Exterior: Cement/Concrete
    FHA Approved:: Yes
    Census Data: Click Here
    Building: BelloraBuilding.com
    Association: n/a

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    Architect: Snell Partnership
    Development: Murray Franklyn

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    *Data is deemed to be reliable, but not guaranteed. In some cases, number of units may include commercial and residential spaces and/or height may or may not include a 13th floor.

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