Downtown Olympia is home to the now opened Harbor Heights residential apartment community, which is designed for retirees who are interested in living an urban, active lifestyle.
“We are thrilled to finally open our doors and welcome residents to Harbor Heights in the beautiful Market District,” said Claire Richmond, General Manager of Harbor Heights in a statement. “In addition to being in one of the best destination neighborhoods — with its combination of vibrant urbanity and access to nature — we hope our residents will find that our close-knit community and countless offerings make Harbor Heights the perfect place to call their new home.”
Designed for people aged 55 and older, Columbia Hospitality’s Harbor Heights is a modern, seven-story building adjacent to Percival Landing Boardwalk in Olympia’s Market District. Tours are currently being scheduled by appointment.
“Harbor Heights was built to meet the needs of a new generation of retirees who are interested in living the urban, active lifestyle in a growing, thriving community in downtown Olympia,” said Michael Kosmin, Vice President of Residential Services for Columbia Hospitality in a statement.
The 116-unit building features views of the West Bay Marina and Mt. Rainier, extensive on-site amenities, as well as organized outings and excursions. Units are available in studio, one-, two-and three-bedroom sizes. Lease rates start at $1,500 per month for studio units.
Amenities include a large rooftop patio with 180-degree water views and 14,000 square feet of private outdoor space, which contains a lounge, grilling areas, fire bowls, and tranquil gardens. The complex also features an activity room, conference room, coffee bar, craft room, fireplace lounge, fitness room, maritime bar, movie theatre, and tech center.