District Flats, a 264-unit mixed-use residential and retail project in downtown Woodinville, opened this week with a third of the units already preleased, according to announcement from Kirkland-based real estate developer MainStreet Property Group LLC and partner HAL Real Estate Inc., a Seattle-based real estate investment firm.
The three-building project at 17409 133rd Ave N.E. includes petite suites, studio flats, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, plus den and tech options, 40,000 square feet of retail, and 400-plus parking spaces for visitors and residents, according to a news release.
“We could not be more thrilled with our residential customers feedback so far,” MainStreet Property Group President Kelly Price said in the release. “The activity has well-surpassed our expectations and it is great to see that The District Flats will be a vibrant and thriving addition to the Woodinville community and the emerging Schoolhouse District in no time.”
Commercial spaces are 90 percent leased with restaurants and wineries, a gastro pub, champagne bar, salon and a café, Price said.
The project is targeting U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold certification for eco-friendly construction.
District Flats is located within the five-acre Schoolhouse District project, which includes adaptive reuse of the historic Schoolhouse No. 23 building, plus multiple dining, services, residential living, wine tasting, sports, and entertainment options, the release said. The Schoolhouse District is adjacent to downtown soccer fields and City Hall.
District Flats was built by GenCap Construction Corp. Additional project team members include GGLO, Site Workshop, Blueline, DCI, and O’Brien 360. District Flats is managed by InSite Property Solutions.