106 NW 36th Street
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106 NW 36th Street

Seattle, Washington

Function: Multi-Family | Retail

Site Area: 14,798 sf

Total Floor Area: 75,554 sf

Units: 76

Building Height: 6 stories

Status: In Progress


106 NW 36th Street is an exciting development project currently underway in the bustling city of Seattle, Washington. Designed to accommodate both multi-family and retail spaces, this project promises to bring a vibrant and engaging atmosphere to the area. Spanning across a site area of 14,798 square feet, 106 NW 36th Street will offer a total floor area of 75,554 square feet upon completion. The building will rise to a height of 6 stories, adding a notable presence to the surrounding landscape. With 76 units planned, this development aims to provide a modern and convenient living experience for its residents. As it continues to progress, 106 NW 36th Street holds great promise for shaping the urban fabric of Seattle.