$1,525 – $3,200
Alto Apartments311 Cedar St, Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown) See your commute times
- 1 - 2 Bedrooms
- 1 full Bathroom
Home Details for 311 Cedar St
311 Cedar St Open since April 1st 2012, Alto is Seattle's newest 17 story high-rise apartme
nt building. Sitting on the corner of 3rd and Cedar its address offers the best of downtown, Belltown, Uptown and South Lake Union all within a 10 minute walk. ALTO exists at the epicenter of the vibrant Belltown community - once an industrial art district, the neighborhood is reborn as a nexus of innovative living, dining, art, entertainment and socializing. Occupying the very same Belltown address that housed the Musician's Association of Seattle that was formed in 1898. Alto's iconic and distinctive exterio...r and interior architecture based on the guitar, is augmented with exhilarating color schemes and has unparalleled curb appeal that's both whimsical and musical. We think Jimi would've approved. LEED Silver certified by the U.S Green building council and smoke free, each apartment home features a stylish kitchen with ample storage and built-in pantries, energy star stainless steel appliances with gra...
Features – Alto Apts*
- Fitness Center
Pets Allowed: Cats, Small dogs, Large dogs
*Certain features are not guaranteed in every unit. Contact the property for more details.
5 Floorplans and Pricing
|1 Bedroom (4 Units)||
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|Conventional 1 BR||1 bd||1 ba||508 sqft||$1627 - $2125 /mo||Check Availability|
|Urban 1 Bedroom||1 bd||1 ba||545 sqft||$1525 - $1900 /mo||Check Availability|
|Open 1 Bedroom||1 bd||1 ba||552 sqft||$1575 - $1750 /mo||Check Availability|
|1 Bedroom With Den||1 bd||1 ba||585 sqft||$1900 /mo||Check Availability|
|2 Bedrooms (1 Units)|
|2 Bedroom||2 bd||1 ba||722 sqft||$1900 - $3200 /mo||Check Availability|
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