What to expect from Common Terry in Seattle
Located adjacent to Downtown Seattle, Common Terry symbolizes the vibrant intersection of historic beauty and modern art and culture. Members have easy access to Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and Capitol Hill as well as to Instagram-worthy attractions such as the Space Needle. Not to mention, the Frye Art Museum is only a few blocks away!
Studios in Seattle
The beautiful 4-story masonry building has 112 studios, each with private bathrooms. Common Terry offers flexible lease terms and an all-inclusive rate for weekly cleaning, WiFi, and more. Consider this your haven if you are new to the Pacific Northwest, or simply looking for a new, elevated, and friendly city living experience.
Common members can look forward to their own studios with and kitchens or kitchenettes. Members have free access to a gym with state of the art equipment, a coworking space, a large shared kitchen, and so much more. Additionally, as Geekwire notes, with Seattle’s median currently hovering around $2350, Common Terry represents a huge value with rents starting at $1200.
Seattle is a metropolitan center within the Pacific Northwest with so many things to do, see, eat, and explore. The New York Times recently profiled the city in its 36 Hours series. Between tourist destinations like the Gum Wall, and local coffee shop haunts, there’s so much to love in Seattle.