Polygon’s best apartment building reviews
The most iconic and iconic building in Seattle is the Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle.
That building, known locally as the Park, is home to some of the most expensive apartments in the city.
And now, for the first time, Polygon has partnered with the developer behind the Park to review some of those apartments.
The result is a collection of apartment buildings in the Pioneer and Rainier Valley.
The apartment buildings were built in phases in recent years by a trio of developers, including developer Scott Kranz, who was once the chief operating officer at Google.
Krans building, the new tower at 7th and Lake, was completed in April 2018, and Polygon is reviewing the apartments now that Kranis is no longer with the company.
The apartments have been designed by John J. Smith Architects, and each unit has a distinct character, including a fireplace in the kitchen and the living room, an art-filled kitchenette, and a large, outdoor fireplace.
Some of the apartments have balconies and a view of the lake, but others don’t have any windows.
Each apartment has a large window on each floor that lets you get in and out of the building easily.
The buildings have been built with the use of prefabricated steel and glass.
Each unit is built with a mix of wood and recycled materials, including aluminum.
The units also have an elevator and garage.
Krasz Architects built the first apartment buildings with prefab, prefab and mixed-use units, but they have recently been expanding into other kinds of housing.
In November, they completed their first phase of a mixed-used building at 14th and University, which was designed to replace the former Pike Place Market and include restaurants, shops and office space.
“We were hoping to do a smaller project,” said Kraszy Architects.
“There was a huge amount of work that had to be done on the first two buildings.
I think we’re doing a little better on the third building, and we’ve been working on the fifth and sixth buildings.”
The apartment building on Lake is the third to be built at the location, and the tallest, at 2,900 feet.
The building includes two levels of apartment units and three parking spaces.
The parking is available for residents of the parking lot, but the units do not have to be parked.
The first three apartments at the Park have been finished.
The Park has had a mixed response from residents, who said it was too small, too cramped and not as accessible as the rest of the neighborhood.
The construction was originally supposed to be completed in 2017, but a lack of money made it unable to start construction in time.
Kramz Architects and Kranzes partners started building the Park apartments around the time that Kraszes company, a real estate and investment firm, was buying the former site of the Pike Place Marketplace, a mall and grocery store.
Krisz and Kramzes partners also have been developing mixed-income housing projects in the area for a number of years.
Krazy Architects designed and built the current building, which opened in October 2019.
It includes two large levels with three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The top floor is for residents and a rooftop terrace with an outdoor kitchenette.
A third level is for single-family living and two balconies.
Residents can use the kitchenette to cook in, but there is no access to a shared living area or a balcony.
Krans is planning to demolish the building, but Kraszan Architects is planning the building to stay as a community resource and will be moving some apartments to the new building.
Krantz Architects designed the building and completed it in December.
Krentz Architects is working on a smaller building that will be finished in 2021.
In March, Kranzy Architects completed its second phase of the project at 13th and Jefferson.
The unit at 1314 First Ave.
is designed to provide 1,600 square feet of commercial space for residents.
The entire building is 1,400 square feet, and it has two balconys.
The second unit will be for a mixed use with 1,200 square feet.
It will have a large outdoor courtyard with views of the Lake, the city, the Pioneer Park and the surrounding neighborhood.
Krakan Architects completed the second building, at 1320 Lake St. in December 2018.
The project includes 1,100 square feet for residents, a rooftop garden and a second parking garage.
The ground floor is the most accessible unit, with an open courtyard with access to the kitchen, laundry, garage, and patio.
The other unit has an open backyard and a balcony overlooking the lake.
The fourth and fifth apartments will be built in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
Krastz Architects, which is working with Kranza Architects, designed the first building and was the first developer to build apartments in downtown Seattle in the late 2000s.
They have been working to redevelop that space since.
The current building