Koda 5th Avenue Tower

Koda 5th Avenue Tower

“We have an opportunity to further anchor Japantown and its contribution within the International District. We are paying homage to a historic past while participating in the renaissance taking place in the International District.” - Yang Lee, Director with KMD Architects, in Curbed Seattle

 

Seattle condos offer close commutes & grand views

Located near Seattle’s Pioneer Square and International District, the Koda 5th Avenue Tower is a nod to Japanese heritage and the diverse culture of the International District. Design was driven by historic preservation and visual impact, with roughly half of the 203 units priced below the city’s median home value.

The condo project is located within a block of light-rail service, the Seattle Streetcar and metro bus lines, making it a major commuter-friendly residential spot in one of the most walkable cities in North America. 

Project Highlights

  • Close to public transportation is right! Underground bus tunnels run directly through the southwest corner of the site
  • Includes exposed concrete columns and ceilings with oversized window walls to capitalize open interiors and natural daylighting
  • Views of Mount Rainier and the Puget Sound
Location: 
Seattle, Washington
Square Feet: 
229,888-SF
Stories: 
17
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
High Rise
Residential

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