2015 Terry Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Neighborhood: Denny Triangle
Year Built: 2004
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Number of Units: 56
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Seattle has over 90 unique neighborhoods. The location of Carbon 56 is in the area known as Denny Triangle.
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The Denny Triangle is an interesting mélange of grocery stores, banks, coffee shops, restaurants, educational organizations, small boutiques, and local art galleries — all within walking distance. Urban living in the area is vibrant with options like town homes, lofts, studios and condominiums. There are also large parks near Denny Triangle, where one can relax and enjoy the urban outdoors. The neighborhood also enjoys convenient access to Seattle's major thoroughfares: I-5, I-90, SR-99, and SR-520.
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Every building has its own personality and attributes. The community is an important aspect of city living and can have an impact on how integrated it is with the residences. The Carbon 56 building features can be explored here. A full list of amenities within the complex is displayed to help understand the offerings of the project.
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The Stroupe Group specializes in downtown Seattle condominiums. All the articles that have been published by the Stroupe Group concerning Carbon 56 and Denny Triangle can be found here.
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