699 John St Seattle, WA 98109

Centrally located 1 bed / 1 bath condo - PRICED TO RENT - CASCADELINK - Gigabit internet! - This beautiful corner unit on the 3rd floor is in the Marselle Condominiums. The same builders as the Matae this unit is not your usual square. In South Lake Union this angular condo has a view of Denny Park the, new paint, new flooring, a small deck, granite tops, stainless steel appliances and new carpet. At 731 square feet, this unit includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, parking space and separate storage locker. A bracket is in the living area if you have a big screen tv. Lots of CONDO AMENITIES include rooftop deck with views of Lake Union & downtown, a billiard room, resident lounge and wellness room with cardio machines, weight training equipment and Pilates/Yoga space. Easy access to several neighborhoods like Capital Hill, Downtown, Belltown, and Fremont. Oh, and Whole Foods is within walking distance.

The neighborhood surrounding the Marselle is home to some of Seattle's finest restaurants, theatres, and cultural attractions. Places such as: Seattle Center (Space Needle, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Key Arena, plus), MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry), Center for Wooden Boat, South Lake Union restaurants like, Republic, Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniels, Mistral and more.

Move In terms:
Monthly Rent: $2100
Security Deposit: $1850
Nonrefundable Move in Fee $250

Tenant pay own electricity.

Tenant pays own cable. Cascadelink - Gigabit internet!

No Smoking
Sorry No Pets

Rental Insurance Required

Walk Score – 97
Transit Score – 100
Bike Score – 86

To schedule a viewing, please call Cherie Seymore with Phillips Real Estate at (phone number hidden).

Applications available online and accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Applicants are screened for a credit score of 620 or higher, with minimal negative reporting, positive rental history, and a collective income of 3X the monthly rent.

Consider this statement as notification that we do not accept a comprehensive reusable tenant screening report, as defined by RCW 59.18.257.

No Pets Allowed

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699 John St
$2,100
House | 1.0 bath
About South Lake Union
This neighborhood, which is sometimes referred to as SLU, is situated immediately north of downtown at the south tip of Lake Union. In early days, the area was an arrival point for coal and timber, but today it has turned into a thriving hi-tech hub. The South Lake Union is now home to prominent institutions like the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the Seattle Children's Hospital and the University of Washington Medicine. The SLU-campus of University of Washington comprises four buildings and a total of 1250 people; including researchers and staff. The university facilities are an architectural treat with its historic elements; the oldest and perhaps most noteworthy structure is the Blue Flame building, which was the former home of Washington Natural Gas. The historic Cascade sub-neighborhood in South Lake Union still has a few old structures left that retain their original uses, including the Immanuel Lutheran Church and the St. Spiridon Russian Orthodox Cathedral. This area is also home to the Seattle landmark New Richmond Laundry Building, which operated until 1999 but is now surrounded by residential complexes and office space. Much of South Lake Union is similar; a number of older buildings have survived, but very few are still used in their original sense. Thanks to the recent addition of a trolley system, a new lakeside park and numerous multi-use complexes, South Lake has become into an increasingly residential neighborhood. Residents can now enjoy the waterfront at Lake Union Park, which features a pedestrian bridge across the western waterway, a walkway along the water and 1.6 acres of green space. For an exploration of maritime history, check out the Maritime Heritage Center where you'll find an array of cultural, educational and recreational activities. Moored at the wharf you can see historic vessels including the steamer Virginia V., the lightship Swiftsure and the tug Arthur Foss. Also worth a visit are the Museum of History and Industry and the oldest park in the city, Denny Park.