Belltown Photo: Sean Davis/Flickr

Located north of Seattle’s downtown core, Belltown is well known for its dining and shopping scene as well as its walkability.

The neighborhood is also one of the city’s densest, with a 2014 report found that Belltown has a population density of 47,000 people per square mile.

It’s no surprise then that Belltown offers an abundance of mid-rise and high-rise housing options when it comes to new construction. BuzzBuzzHome’s Market Snapshot tool shows that there are 1,505 condo and apartment units currently under construction, with 841 units scheduled to be completed in 2015.

Check out a few of the neighborhood’s new construction highlights below!

Insignia by Bosa Development

Insignia Photo: Insignia

Located at 588 Bell Street, Insignia’s North and South Tower will contain 350 units each making it one of Seattle’s largest residential projects to hit the market since 2009. Amenities at the Perkins & Company-designed development include a sauna, car wash, pet spa, theater, gym and yoga studio. Insignia is also less than one mile from Olympic Sculpture Park.

2nd & Virginia North by The Justen Company

2nd and Virginia North Photo: The Justen Company

Currently in preconstruction, 2nd & Virginia will be located at 2021 2nd Avenue in the heart of Belltown. Designed by Weber Thompson, the 39 story mixed-use building will house 234 residential units along with space for retail. The high-rise is aiming for LEED Silver certification.

Foodies will be happy to know that 2nd & Virginia is close to several popular Belltown restaurants, including Pinxto and Umi Sake House.

ArtHouse by The Pauls Corporation

ArtHouse Photo: The Pauls Corporation

Completed in 2014, ArtHouse is located directly across from Seattle’s Art Institute at 2334 Elliott Avenue. The eight-story apartment consists of 139 units with prices starting from $1,665 for studios up to 2.5 bedrooms options at $2,650.

The property offers residents a fitness studio, free wi-fi throughout communal areas, a pet patio and dedicated office space for residents. ArtHouse is within walking distance to Pike Place Market and Seattle favorite, Macrina Bakery.

9th & Lenora by GID Development

9th and Lenora Photo: Weber Thompson

Located on the corner of 9th Avenue and Lenora, the Weber Thompson-designed 40-story tower will be home to 396 residential units. The property will also provide retailers with 7,000 square feet commercial space.

The amenities include a fitness center, clubroom, sun deck and multiple levels of below grade parking. Residents will be within walking distance to various grocery stores along with Macy’s and Nordstrom at the Westlake Center.

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