Built on 1.41 acres bordering the Interurban Trail, Paceline is oriented towards the trail and greenbelt. The project includes two, six-story residential buildings, which include an interior courtyard that offers private outdoor space for residents and a standalone amenity clubhouse. It’s 221 units include 16 lofted units and studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor plans.
The team of architects and interior designers created spacious layouts that are flooded with natural light, designer finishes, and thoughtful organization. The project features higher ceilings, larger windows, and more spacious corridors than other projects, with corridors ending with windows and providing natural light. Indoor amenities, which total 3,479 sf, include a stand-alone community building in the courtyard, a workout room, and a large multifunctional lobby. The amenity space on the top floor opens to a large roof deck with expansive views down to the trail. A total of 207 parking spaces are provided on two- levels below grade in addition to, of course, plenty of indoor bicycle parking. Trader Joe’s, Walgreens and Shoreline Town Hall are accessible via the trail access within 0.1 miles and Paceline promotes alternative modes of transportation throughout Shoreline with bike rentals. The lofted units are located on the top two floors of Building B, providing views of the Space Needle and Mt. Rainier or interior courtyard views. Lofted units were also placed on trail’s edge instead of Aurora Ave providing direct access for residents.