Like Capitol Hill, Brix is about options. Combining northwest modernism (big windows, open floor plans) with big-city brick facades, Brix offers multiple floor plans in two distinctly different buildings: The sleek sophistication of Broadway Avenue East, or the lofts and townhouses of 10th Avenue East and East Mercer Street.Within the Broadway building, contemporary design competes with expansive windows that frame city views and capture tons of sun. In some homes, ceilings soar to more than 15 feet. Gleaming chrome, cool stone, and rich wood give texture to modern interiors that set you apart without setting you on edge.
On the 10th Ave. side, buyers can choose from traditional two-floor townhomes or the airiness of a two-story loft. All feature super-sized windows and exposed beams accented with car decking for an aesthetic that is signature Seattle. Rich finishes create sophisticated warmth that encourages entertaining or just getting centered.
Residents will also be able to enjoy several outdoor amenities, such as a central landscaped courtyard, a spacious rooftop deck featuring expansive views and lively street-level retail. Brix has added more than 7,500 square feet of shops and restaurants to Broadway's already vibrant scene, including Cafe Vivace, Hour Eyes Optical and Dilettante's Chocolate and Martini Bar.
Brix is conveniently located between UW and downtown Seattle, and Capitol Hill has great access to I-5 and 520.