159 Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98109

Neighborhood: Belltown

Year Built: 2006

Number of Stories: 6

Number of Units: 78

Construction Type:
Concrete Base with Wood above

Other Usage: Retail, Office


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Active Matae Listings

Architect: PB Architects

Builder: Unknown

Developer: Ovation Partners LLC

Property Management

Morris Management



Seattle has over 90 unique neighborhoods. The location of Matae is in the area known as Belltown.

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Matae – 159 Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98109

November 15, 2007


The Matae (originally named the Matisse) is located in Belltown across the street from the lower Queen Anne neighborhood.

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