The Cedars

2615 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
$1299 - $2199Studio-2 BedsPets OK

Floor Plans

Studio - starting at $1299
1 Bedroom - starting at $1550
2 Bedrooms - starting at $2099

Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.

Kitchen:

DishwasherMicrowaveStainless Steel Appliances

Laundry:

Washer/Dryer in Unit

Parking:

Covered ParkingGarage

Pets:

Pets OK

Features:

Balcony, Patio, DeckCable ReadyHigh Speed Internet AccessNew/Renovated InteriorOversized ClosetsSome Utilities CoveredView

Community:

Accepts Credit Card Payments, Accepts Electronic Payments, Controlled Access, Disability Access, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, Fitness Center, Gated Access, Trail for: Biking, Hiking, or Jogging

Additional:

24-Hour Fitness Center, 9 1/2 foot ceilings with crown molding, Breathtaking city and Elliott Bay views, Campus Shuttle, Controlled access building, Controlled access parking garage, Crown Molding, Fabulous Belltown location, Granite Countertops, Large bay windows, Large bright floorplans, Large, well designed Studio, 1, Professional, friendly staff!, Public Transportation, Public transportation, Rooftop sundeck w/barbecue area, Short Term Available, Vintage on the outside, Contemporary on the inside, Washer/dryer in each apartment, We pay your garbage

Property Details

ENJOY INCREDIBLE VIEWS OF DOWNTOWN & ELLIOTT BAY! Walk to Pike Place Market and Seattle Waterfront! The Cedars has everything you desire including location, convenience, comfort and of course....the right price! Our professional and caring on-site management team is waiting and ready to help you choose your new home today!

Leasing Terms

Variable,6-Month,9-Month,12-Month

Pet Policy

Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.

Community Information

60 units

Building Type

Apartment

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Monday-Friday: 9:00am-6:00pm

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