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Opened
2014

Artspace Mt. Baker Lofts

Jump-starting an Urban Village

2915 Rainier Avenue S., Seattle, WA, 98144

Exterior

Resident Artist

Commercial Tenant, Capoeira Center

Live/Work Space

View from the roof

Exterior Ped Path

Commercial Tenant Urban Wilderness Works

Gallery

Opening Video MBNAC Gallery

Tabs

Overview

Artspace Mt. Baker Lofts, a new, mixed-use arts facility adjacent to the Mt. Baker Light Rail Station, is Artspace’s third project in Seattle. This Transit Oriented Development (TOD) consists of three levels of residential units above a ground-floor, retail commercial level.

Located adjacent to the Mt. Baker Light Rail Station on Seattle’s Central Link lightrail line, one of the goals of the project is to jump-start the transformation of the Mt. Baker neighborhood from a car-oriented environment (Rainier Avenue is now a busy multi-lane thoroughfare) into an “urban village” whose residents choose walking, biking or riding mass transit over cars. The project has bicycle storage and a reserved car-share parking space, but no parking garage. Artspace envisioned a building with urban agriculture, art galleries, community-based nonprofits, and a café. The commercial spaces will offer an opportunity to engage with creative individuals and organizations representing the neighborhood’s diversity.

More than a thousand artists are on waiting lists for housing at Artspace’s first two Seattle projects, the Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts and Artspace Hiawatha Lofts. The Mt. Baker project has helped address that need. 

Please see the Leasing tab to view application documents. 

Estimated Project Cost

$18 million

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Residential Leasing Manager

Onsite Property Manager
Elisabeth Galliett
Phone
206-453-4423
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