Bellevue Towers


Developer: Gerdling Elden
Architects: GBD Architects & MulvannyG2

Bellevue Towers stands alone with 43 stories of concrete, steel and glass. It’s structure is among the tallest residential buildings in the greater Seattle area.  Located at the corner of 4th and 106th in Downtown Bellevue, Bellevue Towers is just blocks away from the Bellevue Square Mall, The Downtown Bellevue Park, and Interstate 405 connecting Bellevue to Seattle via 2 floating bridges (I-90 and 520).  The towers is just 5 minutes from the Bellevue Club, 10 minutes from the Microsoft‘s main campus and is only 15 minutes from Downtown Seattle.  As Downtown continues to develop, Bellevue Towers will become a center-piece of luxury living in Bellevue; Washington’s 5th largest city.


The two towers that make up 539 units were built by combining sustainable design and urban luxury.  As a the largest LEED (Leadership in Energy and Evinornmental Design) Gold residential structure in the Pacific Northwest, Bellevue Towers aspired to be a leader in eco-friendly high rise design.  It has been said that the towers architects GBD and MulvannyG2 traveled the world to assemble ideas for iconic Bellevue structure.


The interiors at Bellevue Towers combine NW contemporary with traditional elements that Bellevue residents are accustom too.  Slab granite & marble counters, local cabinetry, solid wood doors, top of the line appliances (Wolf, Viking & Subzero), hardwood floors, stainless fixtures, stylish lighting and high efficiency air and heating systems are just some of the interior features assembled at Bellevue Towers.


Amenities are a staple in every major condo project worldwide.  Bellevue Towers does not disappoint.  It features a community great room, fireside terrace, multi-purpose room, dining room, kitchen, dining terrace, Whirlpool spa, sauna, steam room, cold dip, spa terrace, screening room, cardio training room, weight training room, men’s locker room, women’s locker room, and high speed elevators.


According to Bellevue Towers, the eco-landscaped urban garden built between the two towers is close to a city block in length.  It features, a large lawn, water feature, walking paths, outdoor fireplace, wood deck promenade, pet area and a view terraces with glimpses of the Downtown Seattle skyline.

The towers include 539 studios, one-bedrooms, one+den, two-bedrooms, two+den and penthouse homes.  Pricing starts from the mid-$300,000 for studios to $2,000,000 + for penthouses.


Address: 500 106th Ave NE, Bellevue, 98004
Year Built: 2008
Bedrooms: Studio, 1, 1+d, 2, 2+d and Penthouse
Bathrooms: 1–2
Floors: 43
Total Units: 539
Unit Size: Spacious
My Grade:
Location: A
Amenities: A+
Price: B
Luxury: A
Walk-ability: A
Unit Decor: A



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