Urban chic condo in the historic heart of Tacoma’s St. Helens/Theatre District. Original architecture was preserved in this open floor plan with modern kitchen, large wood wrapped double pane windows offering natural light, ample storage, and high ceilings. Secured entrance, walkable, bikeable and close to transit.
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You hear people say it, but this is what people mean when they say location, Location, LOCATION! Garnering a bike score of 62 and walk score of 97, there is almost no way to NOT to get here. Once you are home, you are just steps from the Theaters, yoga, dining, spa, nightlife… it’s all nearby. The Bridge is nestled in a perfect spot in Tacoma, giving you access to the surrounding community for easy living.
But do you really need to leave? This gorgeous space has its own deck right off the kitchen and living room. Large enough for a hammock, dining, and a BBQ you might want to stay in tonight. But wait, there’s more! (Yes, we said it.) Head up to the community deck space with additional seating and a gas grill. Essentially you get double the deck space! As an added bonus, the Community space is also accessible via the elevator – so you can buzz your guests in the front door and they can join you to take in some of Puget Sound and the Tacoma Dome
When people say Urban Industrial Living, this is what they mean. High ceilings with the industrial touches exposed, large windows let in tons of natural light, and an open floor plan for versatility and entertaining. The floors are a mix of concrete and the original terrazzo flooring from when the building was built originally as the Bridge Clinic by Dr. A.W. Bridge – whose estate helped found Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital
in his mother’s name. The master bedroom has its own private bath and the second bedroom could be used as a guest suite, an office, or… your choice.
There is a mix of owners and renters, in the building community. There are dogs to greet and baristas to learn your regular order or grab a quick lunch or dinner in the Black Kettle
below. Head down the street for a cocktail or karaoke at The Mix
. Grab a pizza to go at Puget Sound Pizza or some Tapas at Stink & El Tufo
. You are steps away from art galleries to explore and even a local spot to sip and paint yourself.
Photo Courtesy of Anne Jones
We already mentioned the location is amazing, but you truly are just a few blocks from a central transit hub with Sound Transit
and Pierce County Transit
. The Link
runs nearby and can take you to the Sounder
for when you are looking to commute north to work or go see some of your favorite sports teams. That said, don’t miss out on taking in a game with the local Minor League Tacoma Rainiers
team at Cheney Stadium
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