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High-rise Apartment
Capitol Hill, 1736 Belmont Ave | Seattle
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  •  Air Conditioning
  •  Building Laundry Room
  •  Doorman Building
  •  Elevators
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances
  •  Surface Parking Lot

User Rating

8.2
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4 Reviews

About this Location

Safeway
9 min via 10 (bus)
Volunteer Park
21 min walk
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby
545 (bus) - 4 min
LINK (light rail) - 7 min

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  • Building Related

    •  Elevators
    •  Smoke-Free Community
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Gas Range
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
    •  Stove & Oven
  • Laundry

    •  Building Laundry Room
  • Living Room

    •  Air Conditioning
    •  Hardwood Floors
  • Parking & Transportation

    •  Surface Parking Lot
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Overall rating 8.2/10, based on 4 renter reviews

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The Granada is a great value for the price!

I have been living at this building for about a year now, the studios are beautiful, hardwood floors, spacious closets, beautiful classic kitchens and bathrooms. The management is great as far as taking care of any repairs that need to be done. The owner and management have several buildings in the area, so they know how to do their job!

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Old building with charm

Lovely old building, though sometimes the age shows. Located near the most popular areas in Captiol Hill, it's just a short walk to a number of bars, restaurants, and things to do. It's not one of the new high-rises, and I'm happy enjoy the old quirks.

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Charming and Affordable

The building is an well kept older building in a great location. It is close to bars and restaurants and public transit. It is also accessible to downtown, no more than a fifteen to twenty minute walk, and the rest of the neighborhood. Grocery also nearby.

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Can't beat the location!

Although the rent is a little high for a graduate student, the apartment complex and studio itself are pretty amazing. A 1920s building still intact with ice boxes (though not in use) and a lot of original hardware, this apartment complex is not part of the annoying, cookie-cutter high rises springing up all around Capitol Hill. Within the apartment itself, the square footage for the price is better than most in this prime Capitol Hill location, including a large walk-in closet and a built-in breakfast booth. The location is stupendous as well; I often walk downtown (0.6 miles) and I have three different main bus lines (and soon to be light rail!) options within two blocks of my apartment. The apartment is great for a busy working graduate student like me, who is really only here to sleep!

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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

dining 20 Recs

Kedai Makan
HoneyHole
Knee High Stocking Co.
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grocery 3 Recs

Trader Joe's
Whole Foods
Safeway
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convenience 2 Recs

Rite Aid
Walgreens
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fitness 30 Recs

Rival Fitness
8 Limbs Yoga Centers - Capitol Hill
24 Hour Fitness
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parks 6 Recs

Cal Anderson Park
Thomas Street Mini Park
Summit Slope Park
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coffee 13 Recs

Victrola Coffee Roasters
Kaladi Brothers Coffee
Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tas...
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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

25 reviews
Capitol Hill is mostly bars and restaurants- but if that’s not your scene there are also plenty of cute coffee shops and book stores to hang out/study in with friends.

There is also a bouldering gym (Seattle bouldering project) about a 10 min drive away. It’s hard to get to by public transportation.
Cal Anderson Park is a nice green space nearby, and the surrounding neighborhoods are full of really beautiful homes ($$$) that I can look at while I walk my dog and contemplate student debt.
It is lively. Close to bars, coffee shops, ice cream shops, restaurants, record stores, cinemas, art stores, bookstores and retail locations. It is close to Seattle University and Seattle Central College. Right across from the fire department and the police station so the location is safe. We are right next to Cal anderson park which can be unsafe at night. There is a lot of noise because of the bars all around us. It is a young hip werido community where you can feel like yourself and not have to worry about being judged.
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.
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.
Edge of Capitol Hill and Central District. Very close to two supermarkets, restaurants and the 48 bus that runs directly to the UW Law campus.
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).
Very close to transit (Convention Place station, light rail station at Westlake, new light rail station on Broadway). There are plenty of bars and restaurants nearby, and a few grocery stores and pharmacies.