Log in

Become Partner

Language

中文

English

繁體(香港)

Tiếng Việt

Get in Touch

Get in Touch

English

中文
English
繁體中文(中國香港)
繁體中文(中國台灣)
Tiếng Việt

Pivot Apartments, Seattle

Apartment

1208 Pine St, Seattle, Washington(WA) 98122

View Distance to Universities

Property ID: S01574604
Pivot Apartments 0
Pivot Apartments 1
Pivot Apartments 2
Pivot Apartments 3
Pivot Apartments 4
Photos (30)
3D Views (1)

Basic Info

No Service Fee In-unit laundry Near bus station with air-con Elevator Flexible move-in Now leasing for Fall 2024

65 Total Units

Highest Floor 8

Built in 2022 · Renovated in 2022

At Pivot Apartments, you’re close to everything Seattle has to offer. From the Pike/Pine corridor of Capitol Hill, reach South Lake Union, Belltown, or the Central Business District within minutes—without needing a car. A cocktail of modern style and comforting design. Wind down at the end of the day or hype up at the start of the night. With modern design and new fixtures, our units are a blank slate for what fuels you. Pivot Apartments is located in the heart of Capitol Hill, which is known for its diverse and eclectic community, vibrant nightlife, and many independent shops, bars, and restaurants. Capitol Hill is home to a variety of coffee shops, restaurants, bars, and music venues, many of which are located along its main thoroughfare, Broadway. The neighborhood also has a number of parks and green spaces, including Volunteer Park, which features a conservatory, a water tower with views of the city, and a sculpture garden. This is a dynamic and diverse neighborhood that has something to offer everyone, from its lively nightlife to its historic landmarks and cultural attractions. 4 weeks free for October move-in! Please note that the lower rent is the equivalent monthly rent after concessions.

Translate

House Rules

Application Policy

Required Documents

Passport See Example

I-20 or DS2019 See Example

Bank Saving Proof See Example

Bank statement See Example

Renewal Policy

Need to confirm with the site team

Early Move-in Policy

Need to check availability with Accommodation Supplier in advance.

Refund Policy

Need to confirm with the Customer Engagement Team.

Room Assignment Policy

The room selected at the time of booking (or such other room of equivalent size, standard and amenity as the Licensor may allocate to the Licensee from time to time)

Pets Policy

Pet allowed

Room Change Policy

Please note that apartment policies are subject to change at any time. For the most current information, please consult your Consultant

Subletting Policy

Please note that apartment policies are subject to change at any time. For the most current information, please consult your Consultant

Termination Policy

Please be advised that the lease term is strictly governed by the dates specified in the contract. Early termination of the lease is not allowed under any circumstances.

Smoking Policy

No smoking!

Live in Your Dream Home - Let US Find it for You

Verified Listings
Price-Match Guarantee
1-on-1 Professional Support
Exclusive Offers

Personalized Recommendations for Your Ideal Home - Prioritizing Your Budget, Commute Distance, Essential Amenities, and Safety!

Full Name
Phone Number
Email
Location or University
Tell us your rental needs: budget, commute, amenities, safety.

I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Find My Home

Student Accommodation in Seattle

What do the utility bills cover when renting an apartment in Seattle?

Utility refers to the water, electricity, heating, garbage and wastewater treatment fees, security fees, Internet and cable TV fees and other miscellaneous expenses that the tenant spends every month. Some landlords will include all these costs in the rent and require tenants to pay them together.

When renting a house in Seattle, can I cancel the lease at any time after signing the lease?

You may not. Generally speaking, the lease will take effect immediately after it is signed, and neither party can terminate the lease in advance. According to the relevant laws of the United States, if the tenant has signed a long-term lease, he/she shall bear the rent for the entire lease term. Even if he/she is forced to move out, the landlord still has the right to require the tenant to pay all the rent.

View more

Can I go to Seattle and see the house before deciding to sign?

Try not to. It is best to move in directly after arriving in the United States. Then, the closer the school starts, the higher the rent, and there is no good housing left around the school. Therefore, students, please decide the time you sign according to your actual situation.