Olympus Manor is an apartment building in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. Built in 1929, ours is a historic building with old world charm: the apartments have beautiful mahogany doors and window frames, picture rail moulding, arched interior doorways, and hardwood floors. Olympus Manor comprises thirty-three apartments on four stories, with a welcoming lobby, laundry facilities and storage in the basement, and a small parking garage. A live-in caretaker looks after the building and grounds.
Our address is 220 W. Olympic Pl. (W. Olympic Pl. and 3rd Ave. W.), just minutes to downtown Seattle, and walking distance to Seattle Center, Key Arena, the Space Needle, and the Monorail. There's a lively arts scene here, including McCaw Hall—home to Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet— SIFF, Seattle Rep, Cornish Playhouse, On the Boards, and more. We are on King County bus route 1 with a stop right in front of our building. And we are just two or three blocks from Rapid Ride D Line as well as routes 2, 8, 13, and 29. In our neighborhood, you'll find two grocery stores, lots of restaurants and bars, shops, an independent movie theater—in short, everything you need for a enjoyable urban living experience.
Olympus Manor is owned and operated by the Olympus Manor Cooperative Association, a non-profit housing coop. Shareholders are residents in one of the apartments, and share some costs like heating, water, and property taxes. Interested in living here? Contact your real estate agent.