Completed between 1997-1999, Waterfront Landings was designed with the amenities expected from more modern developments that cater to today’s in-city living. Packages and guests are greeted by an on-site manager and each building is landscaped with a secured courtyard. Secured parking, community fitness room, furnished guest suites, a club/party room available for reservation, rooftop deck with BBQ overlooking the Puget Sound and an equipped business center also compliments the needs of those who run a home-based business. The neighboring Marriott also offers discounts on dining for Waterfront Landings residents.
Wow, what must it be like to live right across from Elliott Bay? It must be heaven to enjoy the salt water smell, the sounds of the harbor and the proximity to piers, parks and pavilions. Waterfront Landings is the only one residential property that can make the claim to an Alaskan Way address. I wonder, how valuable is that real estate now and into the future?
Entertaining guests is easy with an elevator for residents that travels directly to the Pike Place Market and Edgewater Hotel across the street where the Beatles were photographed fishing from their room’s window in 1964.
Waterfront Landings is directly across from piers 62 and 63 where the Seattle Aquarium is located in the Waterfront neighborhood. There are three U-shaped buildings named Viaggo, Lumiere and Minato, all of which share a common east wall acting as a sound barrier. Each individual structure is 5-stories, housing a combined total of 235 homes that each have a significantly spacious floor-plan.