Live on the Puget Sound waterfront in Pioneer Square with five floor plans to choose between for your perfect fit.
Life at 80 Main
No matter your floor plan, life’s better when you’re so close to everything. Pick your floor plan first, then your fun plan.
Don’t work from home? You can still fall in love with your commute. Between the light rail, train, and ferry, work in Bellevue, Lynnwood, Everett, Bainbridge, or Bremerton with the same ease as Seattle. Future light rail extensions will further widen your transport web! There are a half dozen options to connect you to your dream job without a nightmare to get there.
Find Your Favorite Commute
Pioneer Square – 3 Minute Walk
Light Rail Station (for First Hill Streetcar) – 4 Minute Walk
King Street Station (for commuter trains) – 6 Minute Walk
Pier 50 (for Kingston and Southworth Ferries) – 6 Minute Walk
Downtown Core – 11 Minute Walk
Find Your Favorite Workspace
Office Lounge – 1 Elevator Ride
Galvanize – 3 Minute Walk
Spaces – 4 Minute Walk
The Pioneer Collective – 4 Minute Walk
WeWork at Hawk Tower – 7 Minute Walk
Some days you need to recuperate; relaxation is easy here. If there’s sunlight left in the day, walk the Elliot Bay Trail along the waterfront for equal doses of fresh air and sunset views. If not, recover from the day with a movie in the TV Lounge (with a hundred delivery food options at your fingertips). For some help relaxing, visit Massaggio Galore for a full-body blend of Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Myofascial massage techniques to smooth away any kind of day.
Find Your Favorite Greenspace
Occidental Square – 3 Minute Walk Away
Waterfall Garden Park – 3 Minute Walk Away
Elliot Bay Trail – 7 Minute Walk Away
Kobe Terrace – 12 Minute Walk Away
Waterfront Park – 13 Minute Walk Away
Find Your Favorite Spa
Massaggio Galore – 5 Minute Walk Away
Penelope & The Beauty Bar – 10 Minute Ride Away
City Center Massage – 10 Minute Ride Away
Elaia Spa – 13 Minute Ride Away
Spa Noir – 16 Minute Ride Away
With the entire city at your doorstep, there’s endless options for fun. For a full-day, ride the Seattle Ferry to Bainbridge. Choose your level of walking. Stay off your feet by bouncing between snacks and museums for day-long meandering. Step it up (in steps) by wandering Bloedel Reserve for garden blooms. For a proper hike, beachcomb on Bainbridge Park until you spot the alpenglow on Mt Rainier. For an evening, sample all the sushi at Matsu before you catch a show at Slate Theatre. If you’re trying to impress guests, add in a stop at the Smith Tower observatory for sky-high Seattle views. Make it a long night with a Cheeky Lychee cocktail at Dead Line. On game day, cancel all your plans and walk to T-Mobile Park or Lumen Field to root for the Mariners, Seahawks, or Sounders.