Anthem on 12th
120 RESIDENTIAL UNITS
Complete & Sold
Perched in the trendy and thriving First Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Anthem on 12th is a part of an urban, transit-oriented community near Seattle University with a bustling nightlife and superb shopping and dining options.
With 120 carefully designed apartments and an impressive set of amenities, Anthem on 12th offers mountain views and the chance to live in a richly diverse community.
Located on the southern slope of First Hill, Anthem is within walking distance of downtown Seattle, Harborview Medical Center, Swedish Hospital, Virginia Mason Hospital, the International District and Seattle University. Biking, walking and public transit are the norm in this charming and historic neighbourhood, and the building has a walkability score above 95.
This pet-friendly building’s amenities are geared towards active and outdoor-loving residents: features include a beautifully landscaped roof top deck with barbecues and a fire pit, an off-leash bark park, a main floor bike storage and repair station, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an entertaining room with kitchen. A rooftop terrace lounge boasts unparalleled views of the beautiful Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier.
The open-concept homes feature nine-foot high ceilings, expansive windows, modern finishes, polished concrete or wood-style plank flooring, energy-efficient stainless-steel appliances, solid surface quartz countertops, ceramic cooktops, a washer and dryer in every unit, and in-suite wall-mounted bike storage for Seattleites on the move.
As evidence of Gracorp’s dedication to creating sustainable spaces, the building is LEED Gold certified. The design includes innovative, green features such as photovoltaic panels, LED light fixtures, and rainwater retention systems that help protect Seattle’s fish-bearing Puget Sound waterways.
Anthem on 12th is part of Gracorp’s Hendrix Collection – a trio of remarkable apartment buildings named Anthem, Decibel and Reverb located within blocks of each other near the childhood home of Jimi Hendrix.