Planned and permitted 22 unit apartment site in the heart of the Alaska Junction. Each unit is approximately 322Sqf with W/D in each unit. 1/3 of all units will get great...
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HS NW.
Excellent development opportunity close to Alaska Junction. Property zoned NC3-75 (M). Zoning permits mixed-use development. Residential & Non Residential mix is allowed,...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Danforth.
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Alaska Junction is the epicenter of shopping, dining and entertainment in West Seattle. California Avenue, Alaska, Oregon, 42nd and 44th Avenues are filled with locally owned and operated salons, stores and boutiques, including Click!, Carmilla’s, Thunder Road Guitars and Village Woodworks. Local dining favorites like Talrico’s, West 5 and Jak’s Steakhouse thrive alongside new fare like Pizzeria Credo, Coastline Burger and Pecado Bueno. Bakery Nouveau, Mashiko and Husky Deli attract visitors from around the city. With free parking and easy access from dozens of surrounding neighborhood streets, Alaska Junction is the place to be.
At the crossroads of Alaska and California Avenues, you’ll still find long-term residents Easy Street Records, The Arts/West Theater and Cupcake Royale. The southeast corner, however, is completely new. The mixed-use apartment and retail building, Junction 47, represents the changing skyline of West Seattle. More than a dozen such mid-rise buildings are under construction nearby. This infusion of condominiums and rental apartments makes houses and townhomes close to Alaska Junction even more desirable. Brand new modern homes are springing up around Alaska Junction, mixed among residences of all sizes and styles, some dating back to the early 1900s.