Market Place North
2021 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Year Built: 1982
Number of Stories:
Number of Units: 59
Concrete and Steel
Other Usage: Unknown
Seattle has over 90 unique neighborhoods. The location of Market Place North is in the area known as .
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At the north end of Pike Place Market there stands a 21 story, multi-use building called Market Place North. Designed by local architect Bruce Lorig in 1982, Market place North is easily recognized because of its slanted design and western facing units. Most units have the most desirable Puget Sound views in the city. Several homes offer 2-story floor plans, patios and/or enclosed sun rooms. As for amenities the building's lush, expansive courtyard is tucked away just above the market and offers amazing views of West Seattle. Along with these unique amenities and its location to Pike Place Market, Market Place North makes for a wise investment.
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