SAMM Apartments to open in Sammamish Town Center

  • Friday, June 9, 2017 1:02pm
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SeaLevel Properties recently announced the launch of SAMM Apartments in Sammamish. The new 132,000-square-foot multi-family building, located within the new Sammamish Town Center, is the first to be built in Sammamish in more than 15 years.

The apartment building is slated to open in August and will feature six stories, 92 modern residential units, of which 18 units will be provided as affordable housing, and 15,000 square feet of retail space.

Featuring a mix of studio-, one- and two-bedroom spaces averaging from 500 to 1,500 square feet, SAMM Apartments will offer numerous high-end elements — including gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. Residences at SAMM Apartments will also include keyless entry, linen closets, full-sized stacked washer and dryers and select units offer walk-in closets and movable kitchen islands.

Community amenities at SAMM Apartments include a 24-hour fitness center, a dog wash area and on-site bicycle storage. There is also a rooftop deck featuring a barbecue grill and an outdoor fireplace; a resident clubroom with a gourmet kitchen, media corner, shuffle board and pool table; as well as a patio with a ping-pong table, cornhole and outdoor seating. Additionally, the building provides secured underground parking spaces and green elements such as native landscaping, LED-lighting throughout and a ‘green’ rooftop.

“The city of Sammamish’s vision for the Town Center is starting to take shape and we’re thrilled to be a part of it. Our new multi-family project is just steps from great retail experiences and we’re excited to provide new opportunities where residents can live close by,” said SeaLevel Properties Director John Shaw. “At SeaLevel Properties, we focus on producing a quality product and we believe this building reflects that commitment.”

Bright Horizons Family Solutions will occupy the building’s 15,000 square feet of retail space, with an anticipated opening date of fall 2017.

Bright Horizons will serve 182 children, from infants (as young as six weeks old) to pre-kindergarten (6 years old). Center highlights will include a world class curriculum, foreign language, a Movement Matters Zone, an Enrichment Zone with a STEM lab and art studio, an onsite chef and more.

“We are excited to open Bright Horizons at Sammamish in this great community of families. Knowing that Sammamish has strong and involved neighborhoods, we are thrilled to become a part of the city by providing a new high-quality childcare option,” said Bright Horizons Divisional Vice President Cynthia Hartzel.

For information, visit www.LiveAtSAMM.com.

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