Our BASE Capitol Hill project was honored as a finalist in the ULI’s Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards, demonstrating that comfortable cost-efficient housing is possible in Seattle’s vibrant urban core. The national award recognizes the efforts of building industry leaders working to expand housing opportunity. BASE Capitol Hill is the only development in Seattle featured.
Developed by 1728 LLC, BASE Capitol Hill is a Built Smart mixed-use micro-housing apartment project designed by S+H Works Architecture & Design. The project is comprised of 32 furnished studios catering to the urban dweller with comfortable, affordable living, and ground-level restaurant space, which houses Chavez, an acclaimed Mexican restaurant.
Units feature large windows that bring natural daylight into the efficiently designed spaces, kitchenettes, healthy indoor air with zero VOC paints and finishes, and energy saving appliances and fixtures. Residents enjoy territorial and downtown views from the rooftop deck, private patios, secure bike storage, and a prime location with a Walk Score of 96, just three blocks from Capitol Hill’s future light rail station, shopping, and nightlife.
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