Strategically situated in the puget sound, Bainbridge Island serves as a gateway between Seattle and the Olympic Peninsula. The island is roughly the same size as Manhattan and has a population of approximately 24,000. Island residents are well informed, have a deep concern for the environment and play an active role in shaping their community. A 30-minute ferry ride from Downtown Seattle, Bainbridge Island has its fair share of commuters but also attracts more visitors per year than Seattle’s space needle. The island is home to a myriad of restaurants, coffee shops, retail establishments and national/international businesses such as sage and avalara.
The modest, irregularly shaped lot sits in the “core” of this island community and is zoned mixed-use. Efforts to increase density and improve the “core” have been underway for several years. Recent projects included the Bainbridge Island Art Museum, Main Street improvements, Town and Country grocery store renovations, Waterfront Park Masterplan and the proposed Boat House at the west end of the Waterfront Park. This is an ideal location to enjoy a healthy, exciting, gracious lifestyle without the use of an automobile. The Stack is a 10,000 square foot mixed-use building with a small office and a high-end bunkhouse with a community room on the street level and five luxury rentals on the second and third level.