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The UW Studio Portfolio is a five-building, 201-studio-unit apartment portfolio catering to students living off campus at the University of Washington in Seattle’s University District:
Cantor — 4754 18th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Juno — 4742 20th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Aubrey — 4730 20th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Sophie — 4743 21st Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Alta — 4735 21st Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
This offering provides buyers the opportunity to purchase the property free and clear of existing debt. This portfolio offering is priced at $31,000,000. Properties may be purchased as a portfolio or individually.
University Adjacent: Just minutes from the University of Washington, the UW Studio Portfolio has a built-in renter set. As the University continues to grow and requires more off-campus housing for students, these studio buildings are the clear choice. Private rooms and bathrooms create appeal that dorm living can’t offer, without losing access to the engaging University District lifestyle.
Quality of Construction: The UW Studio Portfolio was designed and built with a future-focused point of view. Efficient layouts, quality materials, and energy-efficient features equate to buildings where residents want to live and the owner benefits from proven cost savings. All five buildings received four-star Built Green certification, and are carefully maintained and operated by the owner/builder.
High-Demand Efficiency Units: The UW Studio Portfolio units are a unique class of apartments that are in high-demand among Seattle’s residents, yet micro apartments can no longer be built in LR3 zoning due to new City regulations. Residents benefit from rents below traditional studio apartments in one of Seattle’s hottest neighborhoods, while investors see the highest rents per square foot among all unit types.
The University District is experiencing a renaissance: the University of Washington’s exponential growth over the past decade — particularly in the engineering, computer science, and life sciences fields — attracts top minds to the University and to the area.
The neighborhood is reaping the benefits of the University’s growth. Recently approved upzoning will increase density in the area, while a new light-rail station will cut commutes in half. The neighborhood has long been a beloved haunt for students in search of books, coffee, and food, but in the next five to ten years it will continue evolving into the city’s next tech hot spot.
Walk to University of Washington
Bus Ride to University Village Shopping Center
Bike Ride to Future U District Light Rail Station
Walk to "The Ave" Commercial District
Drive to Downtown Seattle
Bus Ride to South Lake Union
Kidder Mathews is the exclusive Listing Brokerage for this Offering. Dylan Simon, Jerrid Anderson, and Matt Laird are exclusively representing the Seller in the sale of the UW Studio Portfolio.