Arista sits on a full city block, giving the project ample opportunity to express its architectural identity in both scale and style. It presents a strong articulation of turn-of-the-century architecture through a tripartite structure and exciting ground level activations, making it feel timeless. A palette comprised of classic red brick and bold contrasting tones with industrial steel flourishes, the elegant materiality gives balance to its sheer size. Situated a mere block from the Burke Gilman trail head and appointed with urban amenities, Arista caters to the active lifestyle.
The deep architectural setbacks create lively streetscapes complete with comforts of home like eateries and shopping, all enveloped in brilliant greenery. Parking won’t disrupt the streetscape either, as it is concealed within the site. Inside, the nearly floor to ceiling windows take advantage of ample natural light and offer views down to the water and of Mount Rainier. Mixed-use and midrise, Arista has carved itself out as a neighborly and modern home base for Seattleites.
Greystar’s 235-Unit Proposal for Seattle’s U-District Wins Approval with Conditions
January 30, 2019
Greystar's Arista Residences will total 235 units near U Village
Daily Journal of Commerce
January 22, 2019