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South Lake Union is set to reach new heights of high-end, design-centric living with Stratus.

Stratus elevates luxury Seattle city living into the clouds

South Lake Union is set to reach new heights of high-end, design-centric living with Stratus, the elevated, elegant high-rise apartment tower that a prime neighborhood in a world-class city deserves.

The developers of Stratus first defined South Lake Union opulence with the award-winning Cirrus tower, at Eighth Avenue and Lenora Street. Stratus – just across from Cirrus, at 820 Lenora St. – raises this standard, adding more style, class and energy to the neighborhood. Stratus offers larger homes, finer finishes, increased customization, more amenities and world-class services.

Choose from more than 40 different floor plans, from studios to penthouses, with five color palettes. All of the spacious homes in Stratus were designed with you in mind, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with roller shades, hardwood-style flooring, custom bedroom carpeting, balconies on most homes, air conditioning, and full-size washers and dryers. The chef-inspired kitchens have quartz countertops and backsplashes, and KitchenAid appliances (including under-counter wine cellars in most homes). Spa-inspired bathrooms offer capacious showers and soaking tubs. Penthouse apartments add gas cooking, lighted mirrors in bathrooms and custom closet systems.

Thoughtfulness and elevated offerings extend throughout the building, from the grand lobby with its inspiring metal-and-glass cloud sculpture and 24-hour concierge to the expansive rooftop. Refined wood and stone design elements grace the lobby, hallways and common spaces.

Two full levels of common areas offer unsurpassed places to create, congregate and celebrate. Inside the building, there’s a clubroom, a reservable bar area, media, game and reading lounges, a private boardroom and dining room, show and catering kitchens, fitness and yoga centers, music and art studios, a business lounge and a collaboration room. Outdoor spaces feature breathtaking views of the Space Needle, Puget Sound, Lake Union, and Cascade and Olympic mountains, plus a sports and movie theater, grilling stations, a wading pool with chaise lounge island and personal gardening pods.

Stratus also pampers pets, with a dog lounge and dog spa/wash connecting to an outdoor dog run. A park beside the building is another great outdoor space for people and their furry family members.

A Walk Score of 99 means anything that isn’t available at Stratus is close by in South Lake Union, Denny Triangle, Capitol Hill and the rest of Downtown. It’s a quick walk to dining, shopping and entertainment options like Mbar, Whole Foods Market and Cinerama, and major employers, including Amazon and Facebook, and Google’s new Seattle offices. Don’t feel like walking? Hop on the South Lake Union Streetcar, which runs beside Stratus, on Westlake Avenue, through South Lake Union and Denny Triangle into the heart of Downtown.

Even before it opens, Stratus is setting a new standard, with an awe-inspiring leasing showroom at 2030 8th Ave., featuring full kitchens and bathrooms, and partial kitchens with each color palette. In addition, you can schedule a VIP hard-hat tour of Stratus, and then be one of the first to live in the newest buildings in South Lake Union. Pre-leasing is available for November move-ins, and leasing today will give you one month rent-free.

For more information and to schedule your tour, visit stratusseattle.com, email leasing@stratusseattle.com or call 844-379-0758.

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