The Hudson is a vibrant Seattle apartment community in the highly desirable Queen Anne neighborhood. Stunning views of Lake Union, the Cascade Mountains, city skyline and Mount Rainier are featured in many of our homes. We are just minutes away from Seattle parks, Amazon, Google, The Art Institute, and the new South Lake Union neighborhood. A friendly, professional staff is dedicated to providing exceptional amenities and services that pamper you. Residents can enjoy well-appointed common areas including resident lounge, fitness center, outdoor social deck, bike repair rooms and storage. Living at The Hudson is designed for how you want life to be. We'd love to show you our unique style of apartment living. Please call us today to schedule a tour!
*Prices are subject to change based on availability and qualification of applicant, additional fees may apply.
Lease Terms: 9-12 months based on availability. Please call.<BR><BR>Pet Policy: $200 Deposit ; $35 Monthly Pet Rent for cats and $50 Pet Rent for Dogs.
The water is shut off very frequently, sometimes without notice. Although Management notes that it is for routine maintenance, the water is shut off about 1 time a week, on average. This would make it seem that it is not routine maintenance, but rather a serious issue with the water (it drips from the ceiling in the hallway next to the leasing office). Management also does not prevent anyone from parking in unauthorized places which blocks the entrances/exits to the parking garage.
Amazing central location, easy access to public transport, and a reasonably good value, and the office staff have always been incredibly responsive and helpful. It was a great experience for our first year in Seattle.
Its dirty everywhere you look. Filthy carpets and windows and the entire first floor smells like garbage. Parking is nonexistent. Nowhere for guests to park without getting parking tickets. Except some residents get away with parking in non spots for free while the rest of us are forced to pay monthly parking. Gardens are a mess with cigarette butts and dog fecis everywhere.
It is a pretty standard apartment building, in my experience. It has most of the essentials. Washer/Dryer in unit is a plus. The balcony with a view is also nice. The lack of parking is annoying, though. Still, as a living experience, it's fair.
Lease renewal was ridiculous. Even when faced with market value facts, they completely ignored them and demanded a $600 raise. The flooring is awful. You'd think that because the apartment is by the lake, they would take extra precautions to make sure the wood does not rise. The elevators are slow and constantly under maintenance. The building is still in renovation so there is construction all the time. Instead of giving the residents a living space area, they made it into apartments. AWFUL