The Quinault is a 1925 blond-brick structure and it has about it the aspect of a medieval castle and is an old world charm incarnate. The building derives its name from The Quinault, the Native American people who once roamed Western Washington and whose descendants now inhabit a reservation near Aberdeen. White stone columns shaped like twin turrets bracket the entryway. Lantern-like lights are anchored into the white stone, and they cast an amber glow at night. The top of the building's exterior is crenelated in parts, like the battlements of a castle. Inside, Aztec-style archways lead toward apartment units with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and metal radiators. There are 46 units in total, 44 are studios and there are 2 one bedroom/1 bath units. There are 5 paved parking spaces on the east side of the building.
The building is located on Capitol Hill. The Broadway District, located a few blocks east, is the historic center of the neighborhood. The strip of about 10 blocks contains a mix of restaurants, small retail stores, gyms, grocery stores, pharmacies, Seattle Central Community College and other commercial services. Light Rail Link and a bus line are also close by.
Pet Policy: 2 pets max per unit.
Students who live in this rental at Quinault attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Lowell Elementary School
Grades PK - 5
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Washington Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Garfield High School
Grades 9 - 12
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