For the first time in history, one of Fort Lawton’s largest estates known as “The Ellicott” is being offered for private ownership at $2.8 million. Named after Anna Ellicott, one of the land donors contributing to the formation of Fort Lawton in 1900...
Today – October 26th, 2016 - we had an unfortunate fire at one of the empty, unoccupied homes. The home is located on the north side of Officer’s Row, which includes 7-homes all of which are still under renovation.
On Wednesday April 27, the Homes at Fort Lawton team hosted the first of many exclusive members-only Officer's Club events! Located at the GGLO design offices, prospective buyers got the chance to view the official design palette and restoration process of the homes soon-to-be-released at Officer's Row.
On April 26th, Officer's Club members will gather in an intimate environment to converse with the interior design and development team, review and compare floorplans, and examine finishes and appliances while they eat, sip and ask questions.
A press release from April 12th describes the recent sale of all thirteen homes at Montana Circle. The announcement was met with significant local media attention, as features in The Puget Sound Business Journal, the Daily Journal of Commerceand Curbed Seattle soon followed.
In preparation for the summer sales debut, RISE Properties introduces the "Officer's Club"-a tailored program for qualified homebuyers (and their brokers) to receive priority sales information, gain preferred access to private events on an invitation-only basis, and participate in the Officer's Row reservation process.
Grab a cup of coffee and take a peek at Fort Lawton featured in the Seattle Times NW Homes section from this weekend! Touting the sales and highly sought-after remaining homes, the Times highlights the new-found community experience that the Homes at Fort Lawton are fostering.
The first official sale at the Homes at Fort Lawton has closed and the Seattle Times announced the momentous occasion! The 1,994 square foot brick home sold for over the asking price, at $1.05 million.
The Homes at Fort Lawton are truly a piece of living history. At the time, the land that we now know as Fort Lawton and Discovery Park was owned by some of the city’s most preeminent politicians, socialites, and citizens.
On Saturday, November 21st from 1-4pm visitors of all ages are invited to join in the beautification efforts. Gloves, tools, plants and guidance will be provided. To confirm your participation, please call (206) 386 – 4237 today!
Discovery Park, Seattle - In response to homebuyer requests, RISE Properties has decided to sell two landmark-status brick homes at Fort Lawton ahead of schedule. Originally planned to be the last two residences offered for sale, 4405 and 4407 Montana Circle will now be listed on November 12th with offers to be reviewed by November 16th. The homes are currently outfitted as a model home and the sales center for the Montana Circle community.
It's a colorful fall forest in Discovery Park, and Halloween weekend is the perfect time to explore and celebrate this enchanting change of season. Find out what's happening Halloween weekend in Magnolia and Discovery park:
Notwithstanding the impressive history of the Fort itself, Seattle Magazine equally showcases the careful and painstaking attention detail that RISE Properties has taken in restoring these 26 heirloom homes.