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Be the first to live at Stream Fifteen in Seattle’s
Capitol Hill Neighborhood.
Living in a zero net carbon building on Capitol Hill not only makes you feel good about how you live, but where you live.
“We moved into Stream Fifteen in June, and have really enjoyed it.We live in one of the one bedrooms, and find it to be a great, well-designed apartment. It has a lot of little perks: the small Juliette balcony is a nice place to put out plants, or step out for a quick breath of fresh air. The in-unit laundry is a huge plus, coming from an apartment with shared coin-op laundry. It’s a well-insulated building, meaning the noise from the street isn’t too bad. The roof is really beautiful, and was a great place to spend some quiet outdoor time during COVID. And the building has access to Google high-speed internet, which is great — and means we don’t have to deal with Comcast! The neighborhood is expensive (as is the case in a lot of Seattle), but there are some MFTE units in the building, which are a bit more affordable. If you meet the income qualifications, it’s worth keeping an eye out for — I see listings for the MFTE units pretty regularly.”
“Great service. Management maintains the building clean.
Quick to respond to emails.”
“I am apartment hunting and took a tour of the building. I thought the rooftop deck was beautiful! Unfortunately there weren’t any apartments available but I will definitely recommend them in the future! The girl that showed me around was super friendly and had answers to all of my questions. I think her name was Sierra. Overall great experience :)”