Theory U District is a 441-student apartment community that will serve students of the University of Washington. The project is located on 15th avenue, which is steps away from the U Districts “The Ave” entertainment, retail, and restaurant corridor, and is just minutes to the University, Greek Village, and new light rail station. The project will consist of studio, one-, two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom apartments that are fully furnished with top-of-the-market finishes including keyless entry locks to the bedroom, quartz countertops, hardwood-style flooring, upgraded lighting and cabinetry. An abundant amenity package will be offered, including a spacious roof deck, parklike courtyard, 24-hour fitness center, virtual business center, study/conference, package locker systems, and ample parking and bike storage.
We’ve spent considerable time in the U District market looking for the right opportunity. This project has all the right elements - an ideal location and a highly differentiated concept and amenity package to serve the growing housing needs of one of the nation’s premier state universities. This is complemented by this project fitting perfectly into Peak’s development mission to deploy significant capital into well-located, high-value assets.
- Jeff Githens President | Development
New Mid-Rise Building with a courtyard level (7 storys including the courtyard)
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