Good luck to you,
Isaac Real Estate Team
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The dilemma is, Seattle residents need to drive ---a lot. Seattle does not have a comprehensive subway or rail system. Bus transit is pretty good, but the hilly topography makes public transportation a perpetual challenge. These factors, combined with a trend to reduce available parking, are creating a parking crisis for a growing city. You know parking is a problem when it costs $25 to park for two hours near a downtown restaurant ---after 6 PM.
If you're lucky, you may find an apartment which includes ONE parking space. The 2nd space will come at a handsome price. My suggestion? Look at neighborhoods immediately outside of the downtown ring. You'll find apartments and condos with more than one parking space in Magnolia and West Seattle, for example. If you do your homework, you should be able to find parking for your cars. Good luck.
Hi there ...made the move yet?...have you been able to figure out solutions for the 2 cars ?
thanks and stay in touch
Dave Skow - WA MLO #278613
Eagle Home Mortgage
w 206 714 9745
Eric Anderson, Instant Access Realty
To answer your question, it depends on the building, but I agree two spots will be tough to come by unless you're talking a high end unit.