The historic portion of the the Belroy Apartments project isn’t quite ready for new residents yet but the marketing has kicked into gear for the “modern” wing of the development with a weekend showing this Saturday and Sunday. You’ll have to wait a few more weeks for the “vintage” building — but what’s a few more days when it comes to apartments that have housed Capitol Hill residents for 80 years.
Come Experience A Green Oasis in the Heart of the City
The Belroy Apartments invites you to view its lovingly restored vintage and thoughtfully-integrated modern apartments. Construction is nearly complete, so come experience the lush courtyard gardens and expansive views, while checking out an array of flexible floorplans. As the first to enjoy everything Belroy has to offer, get your choice of apartment before they’re gone.
When: Saturday & Sunday, January 19th & 20th, 2013
Where: Belroy Apartments | 703 Bellevue Ave E | Look for the sign!
When: 11a to 4p
CHS last visited the project this fall to check in on the melding of a modern apartment building with the historic Modernist structure built at the corner of Bellevue and Roy in 1931:
The restored BelRoy Apartments are joined by the addition of two new buildings that replaced five single family homes to the north and east. The change has doubled the capacity of the BelRoy to more than 100 units in the project. A snug 1,000 square feet of commercial space at the far north end faces Bellevue Ave in the shadow of a tall cedar tree that the project was able to work around and preserve. A “network of gardens” will wind its way around the new campus.
Rates for the new units are listed below — a pretty penny no matter which flavor you choose.
You’ll also have some swell neighbors that make a killer sandwich later this spring. CHS reported on the plans for Spanish-inspired cafe Chico Madrid here.