Patio & Garden

All four buildings enjoy a tenant's only private park complete with patio and barbecue behind a screen of flowering shrubs, and a quaint, private pea patch available to those who like to garden.

Those who know and love Capitol Hill’s Analog Coffee have been watching and waiting for its new sibling, B-Side Foods. Analog makes some of Seattle’s very best coffee, using beans from “a rotating cast of exceptional local roasters,” organic dairy from Fresh Breeze, and exacting care. It’s run by local cafe veterans Danny Hanlon and Tim Hayden, and regulars include a lot of restaurant industry people, in varying states of bleariness. B-Side dwells in the same classic brick apartment building, just around the corner, where Resto and, before that, Thomas Street Bistro used to be. Jake Vorono, formerly of the great Il Corvo, runs the show. It’s a tiny, funny little spot, with only four two-tops

 

THOMAS STREET MARKET
B-side Foods

One of the great amenities we have the fortune to have is the Thomas Street Market. How many times have you come home too tired to cook or forgot that important ingredient to that recipe?

 

Analog Coffee

The smell of fresh brewed coffee and the sounds of people sharing the experience of Analog Coffee emanate from the doorway daily. What better reason to live in one of the Weisenbach Apartments.

They serve coffee and a pastry selection everyday of the week from 7am – 6pm.

 

 

 

* Walk Score of 91 (see www.walkscore.com)

 

* 1-2 blocks from buses that take you downtown , to the U district or the Seattle Center

 

* 4 blocks from Broadway and more buses that go to the U District, Ballard, and the main Seattle Hospital district.

 

* Also on Broadway you'll find a supermarket, shopping, coffee shops, Theater and restaurants.

 

* 4 blocks from the Public Library just off Broadway * Analog Coffee Shop http://analogcoffee.com/ is on the corner and ground floor of our 419 Building

 

* Thomas Street Market & Deli is just a door away from Analog offering a full range of foods, great freshly made sandwiches and fine wine for dinner (and pet supplies)

 

* 3 blocks from the nearest Starbucks and several eclectic eateries. * 3 blocks from one of Seattle's new Bike Rental hubs: https://www.prontocycleshare.com

 

* 3 blocks from the new Goodwill and two knock-out vintage/used furniture stores

 

* 4 blocks from Top Pot

 

* Thomas Street Public Park on the corner

 

* Zip Car station on Thomas across from the 419 and 411 Buildings

 

* 15 minute walk to Downtown, 20/25 minute walk to the Seattle Great Wheel

 

* Cats/birds allowed (no dogs please)

 

* Non-smoking

 

* On-site managerial staff

 

This particular neighborhood of Capitol Hill provides a quiet residential feel while still offering the excitement of an urban environment within easy reach.

 

Weisenbach Properties offers all of this and strives to bring you a classy place to live all within an affordable range to enhance your urban lifestyle. Just like Uncle Sam we are always looking for a few good people to joins us within our community. Vacancies are infrequent but are well worth the wait and always go very quickly.

 

 

The Capitol Hill Neighborhood has always been a highly desired area of Seattle. With an eclectic blend of people, cultures and lifestyles there is always a stimulating panache to the neighborhood. What better way to escape the problems that come with living in suburbia, when the urban lifestyle has so much to offer and the blessing of short commutes?

 

All four buildings enjoy a tenant's only private park complete with patio and barbecue behind a screen of flowering shrubs, and a quaint, private pea patch available to those who like to garden.

 

Three buildings have laundry rooms with washers and dryers on site and the 301 building has washers and driers in the units plus balconies.

 

The 301 Summit East Building also offers two levels of secure parking spaces.

 

 

What a Special Place! Tenants have a private park setting with  barbecue and a pea patch to test their green thumbs.