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Capitol Hill, 320 E Pine St | Seattle
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  •  Additional Storage Available
  •  Controlled Access
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  High Ceilings
  •  Parking Garage
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Private Balconies
  •  Quartz Countertops
  •  Rooftop Deck
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances
  •  Washer/Dryer In Unit

User Rating

8.2
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5 Reviews

About this Location

Trader Joe's
10 min via 11 (bus)
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby
Cal Anderson Park
8 min walk
545 (bus) - 3 min
10/11/49 (bus) - 1 min

Pricing 
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Studio, 1 Bath
$1,988+
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
$2,479+
  • Building Related

    •  Smoke-Free Community
  • Convenience

    •  Package Receiving
  • Entertainment

    •  Rooftop Deck
    •  Rooftop Grilling Area
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Microwave
    •  Quartz Countertops
    •  Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Laundry

    •  Washer/Dryer In Unit
  • Living Room

    •  Air Conditioning
    •  Ceiling Fans
    •  Hardwood Floors
    •  High Ceilings
    •  Oversized Windows
  • Parking & Transportation

    •  Bike Storage
    •  Parking Garage
  • Security & Maintenance

    •  Controlled Access
  • Storage

    •  Additional Storage Available
  • View

    •  Private Balconies
    •  Views Of Seattle Skyline And Lake Union
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Overall rating 8.2/10, based on 5 renter reviews

9.7
Location
5.8
Amenities
8.2
Management
5.2
Value
4.8
Social
6.5
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Three20 reviews and highlights

  • a bit expensive for what you get
  • great rooftop in the summer
  • friendly staff
  • conveniently located inside of capital hill and a short walk from downtown
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Three20 Review

I've been living in this building for over a year and LOVE the location as it is a short walk for me and my gf to Westlake. The amenities aren't great compared to some of the bigger complexes closer to downtown, but you get what you pay for.

The staff is friendly and helpful and overall I am very happy with my decision to live here.

Pros: location, staff, views, roof top deck, access to public transportation

Cons: $$$, Sunday deliveries are sometimes stolen (left at mailbox), rooms are small.

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Three20 Review

Three20 is a great centrally located pet friendly building in capital hill. My only complaints are that it is expensive and that they don't have a gym. The rooftop is great and they often host BBQ socials! Staff is great! They have a mail and package room and is very close to bus stops.

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Three20 is a great centrally located pet friendly building in capital hill. My only complaints are that it is expensive and that they don't have a gym. The rooftop is great and they often host BBQ socials! Staff is great! They have a mail and package room and is very close to bus stops.

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Great starter apartment

This apartment is very convienly located inside of capital hill and a short walk from down town. The sqft per dollar ratio is a little on the low side, but as a first apartment in Seattle it gives a good taste of city life and a sense of where everything is.

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Great place

Three20 is a great place to live but a bit expensive for what you get. Overall as safe as they can make it, but still in cap hill. The location is amazing and rooftop is great in summer.

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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 20 Recs

HoneyHole
Kedai Makan
Baguette Box
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grocery 3 Recs

Trader Joe's
Whole Foods
Target
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convenience 3 Recs

Walgreens
Rite Aid
CVS Pharmacy
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fitness 29 Recs

Rival Fitness
8 Limbs Yoga Centers - Capitol Hill
Foundation CrossFit
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parks 5 Recs

Cal Anderson Park
Freeway Park
Thomas Street Mini Park
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coffee 14 Recs

Victrola Coffee Roasters
Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tas...
Kaladi Brothers Coffee
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About Capitol Hill

Capital Hill is one of the largest, and most densely populated, residential neighborhoods in Seattle. With lively nightlife, eccentric influences and a dominating counterculture, Capitol Hill is home to artists, musicians, and Seattle residents searching for a unique experience right in the center o...
Lively
Nature
Growing
Good Food
Easy Access
Never Boring
Very Walkable
Median rents in Capitol Hill
Studio
$
1,900
1 Bedroom
$
2,250
2 Bedroom
$
3,400

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Capitol Hill Reviews

20 reviews
Capital hill is by far the best neighborhood in Seattle. Has all of the bars and restaurants anyone could want.
Close enough to bars, far away so that you don't hear the craziness. Close to grocery store, gyms, restaurants, transportation, parks, but no convenient way to get to South Lake Union, where quite a few people commute to for work. Also feels unsafe at times with a lot of homeless people/mentally ill people walking around
Capitol hill is never boring. I love living near all the restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and being close to downtown too. It can get a little hectic sometimes walking home at night through all the drunk or homeless people but I've never found it to be unsafe or too loud. Overall I really like living here.
Capitol Hill is definitely not what is used to be - which could be good or bad depending on the person. There are so many great restaurants and bars in such a small area, plenty of grocery stores, and amazing nature through out. It seems like a real neigborhood versus some other larger city neighborhoods, which you can't beat! There can be some sketchy people that frequent, but nothing you can't ignore or won't see anywhere else.
Lots of bars\ restaurants nearby so there's always a lot to do within walking distance. Feels very safe even at night since the apartment is on a main road which is always lit up and crowded. Small delis within a block and a big supermarket within 3 blocks. I haven't had to walk more than 5 blocks for almost any service.
Pros: Capitol Hill is a great launching point (transit-wise) to get to other neighborhoods, you have multiple options for supermarkets, bars, restaurants, and any other amenity you could want...
Cons: More homelessness apparent than in other neighborhoods
Can be a loud neighborhood because there is lots to do and so much going on. Great access to public transportation and grocery store options (lots of QFCs, but also a safeway, co-op, and trader joes not too far away).
Walking distance to everything. Central location. The homeless, transient drug population is the only negative part about the neighborhood, but that goes for most parts of the City now a days...!

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