Soma Towers

288 106th Ave Bellevue, WA 98004 • From $129 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Attached Garage & Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Hot Tub & Indoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Iconic architecture and smart design combine with motivated, savvy, and conscious planning to make Soma Towers downtown Bellevue’s most inspired apartment community to date. Inviting, innovative, and trendsetting, Soma Towers creates an impressive environment for your personal brand of urban living.Downtown Bellevue is all this and more. It’s possible you might never need the car because everything is so close to home which is gentler on the environment. And besides living more kindly, you can live more vibrantly in a community filled with amazing eateries, shopping that others travel miles for, arts and culture like the Bellevue Arts Museum and intimate outdoor jazz, and some of the nation’s most admired companies. Live urban at Soma Towers.

Amenities

Indoor Pool
Hot Tub
Fitness Center
Roof Deck
Putting Green
Media Room
Bicycle storage
Clubhouse
Concierge
Pet play area and Pet wash

Property Location

About Bellevue, Washington

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Bellevue, which lies on the eastern side of Lake Washington, is an upscale neighborhood with attractive parks and attractive shops and boutiques. Social life centers on Bellevue Sq, at Bellevue Way NE and NE 8th St, the mall that sets the tone for downtown and the surrounding areas. Across from the mall is the  Art Museum, which features revolving exhibits of contemporary Northwest-style art. 

North of Bellevue is Kirkland, well-known in the area for its lakefront central business district, marinas and vintage shopping venues. Some of the best public access to Lake Washington is along Lake Ave where many waterfront restaurants can be found, some with docks for customers who arrive by boat. East of Kirkland lies Redmond, the center of Seattle's high-tech industry, reachable by taking Hwy 520 over the Evergreen Point Bridge.

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