the icons among us

With its name inspired by the Space Needle, Spire is an homage to Seattle’s historic past and its unbridled future.  A landmark in the making and crowning Belltown, the tall, slender skyscraper is extraordinary on every level. The 41-story condominium high rise boasts commanding views of the Space Needle, Lake Union, the Olympic Mountains, the downtown Seattle cityscape and Elliott Bay. In a tribute to its famous neighbor, the Space Needle, Spire is an iconic new addition to the Seattle skyline.


Just 0.3 miles away, Spire is the closest new construction high rise to the Space Needle offering the most In[Spire]d views of one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world and a treasured Seattle icon. In just 43 seconds you can be at the Space Needle’s top level, 520 feet above Seattle. The observation deck boasts the best 360-degree view you’ll find in the city including panoramic views of downtown, snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic Olympic mountain range to the west.


Live life on the edge at 2510 6th Avenue. Explore more Seattle icons, all within a mile and a half from Spire.


Chihuly Garden and Glass, 0.3 miles from Spire. Showcasing the oeuvre of glass from world-famous glass artist Dale Chihuly. The artwork takes on different qualities throughout the day, as the natural light changes it. Chihuly’s work is known for using glass as a purely artistic medium and creating sculptures that captivate onlookers.


Seattle Center, 0.3 miles from Spire. More than 30 cultural, educational, sports and entertainment organizations reside on the grounds, together with a broad range of public and community programs, create thousands of events on the 74-acre campus.


Pacific Science Center, 0.3 miles from Spire. Experience something new for everyone every day at this City of Seattle Landmark. Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair.


Museum of Pop Culture, 0.4 miles from Spire. MoPOP is dedicated to contemporary popular culture and features exhibits spanning such diverse areas as science fiction, fantasy, horror, fashion, sports, video games, and music. It was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000. MoPOP is located right next to the Space Needle and the Seattle Center Monorail runs right through it.


Olympic Sculpture Park, 0.6 miles from Spire. Adjacent to Myrtle Edwards Park, this nine-acre park is filled with sculptures and breath-taking views. On the waterfront, this is Seattle’s largest downtown green space and is just one mile north of the Seattle Art Museum. From once particular spot, you can see the Space Needle, Mt. Rainier, ferry boats in the sound, snow-capped mountains, and sculptures.


Myrtle Edwards Park, adjacent to Olympic Sculpture Park along the waterfront. This park has 1.25-mile winding bike and pedestrian paths along Elliott Bay, fantastic views of the Olympics Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Puget Sound, easy access from downtown and easy connection to bike paths to Magnolia.


Paramount Theatre, 0.8 miles from Spire. Opened in 1928 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The theater started as a movie theater and vaudeville venue.


Pike Place Market, 0.9 miles from Spire. Pike Place is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown. More than the city’s beloved public market, Pike Place Market is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents.


Lake Union Park, 0.9 miles from Spire. This unique urban gem provides access to green space and the water and celebrates the cultural, maritime, and industrial heritage of the city and region.


MOHAI: The Museum of History & Industry, 0.9 miles from Spire. Through compelling exhibits, scholarship, education, public programs, and community engagement, MOHAI bridges the past, present, and future. Visitors also enjoy the 360-degree views of the city using an authentic WWII-era Tang periscope in the Maritime exhibit.


The Center for Wooden Boats, 0.9 miles from Spire. This living museum allows you to experience heritage in a way that you can sail, build, and explore with dynamic gallery installations to boat hanging exhibits.


Benaroya Hall, 1 mile from Spire. Seattle’s premier arts venue seating 2,500 for Seattle Symphony concerts. Look for the large glass art sculpture by Dale Chihuly, featured prominently in the lobby. Occupying an entire city block, the development provides a massive public space, in the form of a terraced garden, along another.


Centennial Park, 1.1 miles from Spire. This 11-acre park features scenic green space and occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay, it’s regarded as one of the premier waterfront parks in Seattle.


The Seattle Great Wheel, 1.2 miles from Spire. This giant Ferris wheel at Pier 57 on Elliott Bay boasts a height of 175 feet. Covered in over 500,000 LED lights, the Great Wheel lights up the night with LED light shows.


Spire is placed at the epicenter of life and extraordinary experiences in downtown Seattle. Experience life on the edge.

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