This afternoon my family and I visited the Sanctuary Apartments at the Landing. They run from $925 for a studio, to about $1900 for their most expensive unit with the best view. So far, about 30 units are occupied, about 60 more are ready for occupancy, and the remaining 350 units in the Sanctuary will be ready soon. Meanwhile, the adjacent project, called “The Reserve” is a few months later in the process. It will feature more lake views, and prices will be slightly higher. All together, there will be 880 units, with two swimming pools, and two groups of common spaces. (One for The Sanctuary, one for The Reserve).
The common areas at the Sanctuary include outdoor swimming pool, second floor garden (not yet planted), clubhouse with bar, coffee bar, business center, workout room, game room, and general sitting/visiting areas. All of it is very inviting, and will provide vibrant social living spaces for the residents.
The apartments themselves are beautiful, and provide some unique views of the Landing, Boeing, the Airport mountains, the lake (in a few cases), parks, and city lights.
To me, one of the most attractive qualities of all is the proximity to restaurants and the park. A quick walk through the Landing will offer just about any environment and food choices the residents may want, to mingle, visit, dine, etc. And Coulon Park, our most beautiful park with a mile of meticulously groomed lakefront, is just a few minutes walk from the Sanctuary, so there is something for everyone.
These apartments are sure to be a hit. Here are pictures from tonight’s visit. They are open daily until about 7:00 PM, although they close a bit earlier on Sunday.
In addition to offering tremendous housing options, these apartments will also help the Landing maintain a bustling nightlife, and together with the Boeing day crowd, ensure the restaurants and shops have plenty of core customers in addition to those of us in the surrounding parts of town.
And a quick pizza dinner at the Rock completes the afternoon…