400 Roy Street Apartments

The 400 Roy Street Apartments is a mixed-use 65 unit residential development over 3500 sf of retail located at the intersection of Roy Street and 4th Avenue in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood. The units are of mixed size, amenity and view orientation catering to the individualized tastes of future residents. They range from garden patio units on the north facing ground floor to the high ceiling penthouse units with their own private roof top veranda.

Architect: Grace Architects

Eastlake Apartments

Located at 2851 Eastlake Ave., the Eastlake Apartments were the first real estate project developed by Plus founders. The site was the former home of the Seattle Restaurant Store, also known as the Barmart. The site was purchased in 2003 and later developed into a 127 unit mixed-use apartment building.

Architect: Runberg Architecture Group

Sherman Clay Piano Building

Located at 1614 4th Avenue, and current home to Buffalo Wild Wing’s first downtown store, the former Sherman Clay Piano building was built in 1926. The original façade had an ornate neoclassical style that was updated in the 1960’s to pre-cast concrete panels resembling a jail.  After purchasing the building in 2012, the building was fully renovated into a modern office building, and fully leased. 

Architect: Grace Architects