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504 Fifth Ave S   Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 467-1581 Book a Tour

The Next Chapter In The Publix Story Starts With You

125 new apartments in Seattle’s most exciting neighborhood set the stage for a connected lifestyle surrounded by the very best Seattle has to offer. The Stadium District, Pioneer Square, Downtown, King Street Station, and Uwajimaya are all steps from your door. Easy access to major transit lines and major highways puts you anywhere in Seattle in minutes.


Spectrum Development Solutions oversees the development of The Publix, from conception thru construction and lease up. The firm focuses on urban, mixed-use, transit oriented and environmentally sustainable development that enhances the community fabric and currently manages over $500M of urban mixed-use, multifamily and student housing development in the Greater Seattle Area.


The Publix is designed by Clark Design Group. The firm has extensive experience in rehabilitation of historic structures and multi-family housing.


The street level retail design is lead by Graham Baba Architects. The firm excels in their approach to adaptive reuse and reinvigoration of the retail and human experience in old structures.


The General Contractor is Marpac Construction. Marpac is a Seattle based company with strong ties to the International District community and extensive renovation and multi-family construction experience.


Blanton Turner is a Seattle-based property management and development consulting firm providing multi-family and student housing developers and owners with real estate solutions for an ever-changing economy.

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Anne Marie Koehler

With the opening of The Publix the intersection of Fifth Ave S and S Weller is the newest destination in the Chinatown International District. A ground floor of retail and restaurants on both Fifth Ave S and S Weller create a lively, market-like experience. Mid-block interior alleys connect Fifth Ave S and S Weller to the outdoor courtyard allowing residents, restaurants and retail to mix.