Russo Seattle 617 Queen Anne Ave N
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Russo Seattle 617 Queen Anne Ave N
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Rooftop deck with a view of the Seattle Space Needle
Russo Seattle 617 Queen Anne Ave N
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Then and Now

Walking around Seattle’s Lower Queen Anne neighborhood is like leaping in and out of time. With its turn-of-the-century brick buildings, 1950s-era marquees, and modern shops and restaurants, the area blends classic and contemporary styles to create a unique and vibrant setting.

This mix of vintage charm and modern living defines Russo Apartments. Our building has kept the original 1906 facade, which adds to Lower Queen Anne’s aesthetic and gives residents a taste of a gone-but-not-forgotten time. When you step inside and experience Russo’s modern amenities and design, you’ll quickly see how Russo and the surrounding area encapsulates all that Seattle was, what it is today, and what the city will become.

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The Details

  • Rooftop deck with views and a large, family-style table, bbq and lounge seating
  • Suds Laundry and Social Lounge
  • VIP rates for The MarQueen Hotel
  • Bar tab & Special Offers at Tin Lizzie Lounge
    (located in The MarQueen Hotel across the street)
  • Laundry & drycleaning pick-up service
  • Dishwashers and granite countertops
  • Wide wood plank flooring
  • Decks in most homes
  • Large windows for maximum light

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