First condos at boutique Bellevue building hit the market
It’s been more than two years since developer GIS International Group broke ground on GIS Plaza, a new six-story mixed-use project at 999 110th Ave. N.E. in Bellevue. The project will house new offices for the developer in addition to 16 boutique luxury condominium homes.
Construction is now drawing to a close and the first units in the building hit the market last week with prices starting at $865,000 for an open one-bedroom.
GIS Plaza is situated on a relatively small corner lot of approximately 6,600-square-feet overlooking Northeast 10th Street but the project packs a lot into its small footprint. In addition to the units and second-story office space is an approximately 700-square-foot ground-level retail unit, a rooftop amenity area, and an auto-valet parking garage with 19 spaces, one of which is ADA accessible. There is also an intimate entry lobby for the office and residences (which are on floors two through six) and an elevator.
The building, which the developer describes as “both boutique and unique,” stands out for its curved glass curtain-wall facade. Glass portions are separated by steel framing and at points vertical panels of porcelain tile that from a distance mimic wood. The ground level has an attractive dark brick overlay which juxtaposes the glass and steel above. These features blend the project nicely into the street-scape and surrounding neighborhood which includes a brick library building and pocket park directly across from the development. SkB Architects designed GIS Plaza.