Belltown Real Estate Profile in Seattle PI Showcases One Pacific Tower Condominium, Offered by Founding Director Moira Holley

What better way to complement a real estate profile on Belltown’s storied past and recent changes than by showcasing a stunning condominium located in the heart of the area? Kirsten O’Brien from the Seattle PI did just that, featuring Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty’s Founding Director Moira Holley’s listing at One Pacific Tower. Offered at $649,000, Unit 604 provides space, location and light, from the edge of Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market. With a layout that lives like a house, protected urban and water views, and a building terrace and private garden, it embodies the historicity O’Brien speaks to when she describes Belltown.

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Writing about the city’s history, O’Brien says it “was named by William Nathaniel Bell, an Illinois native and member of the first group of white settlers in Seattle,” and that his legacy permeates the city, as “main thoroughfares in downtown, including Bell Street, Virginia and Olive Streets and Olive Way, were all named after his daughters.” Regarded as a low-income neighborhood in the past, O’Brien now says that “Belltown is often thought of as the hip, swanky part of downtown because of its bustling nightlife scene; it has no shortage of cocktail bars and restaurants.” O’Brien also notes that new development has closed down some favorite local spots, but “the area is still a hub for local artists and is home to the Art Institute of Seattle; it also borders the Cornish College of the Arts,” and puts on a popular art walk each month. Further, “Belltown is also the third most walkable neighborhood in Seattle,” which gives us all the more reasons to love the neighborhood and Holley’s coveted One Pacific Tower listing.

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