Gracie Towhomes

Collaborating again with Charlie Vos, of Sortun-Vos Architects, Logan’s Hammer crafted these 3-story, 1500 square foot contemporary townhomes in the heart of Ballard. Each unit was creatively designed to include a sprawling master suite along with rooftop deck with a 360 degree view of the city.
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Rooftop decks on each unit featured a 360 degree view of the city.
“Las velitas” — wladimirtroya
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Stained concrete flooring was used in the extra room on the main floor.
“Color of paint” — Kimberly Dean
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“Colours with white windows/door” — jillking
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Each master suite featured an intimate gas fireplace.
“Slate” — Heidi Moody
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The kitchens included Millennia cabinets, stainless steel appliances and mini Subway tile.
“Bar à vin” — mclamothe
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Windows were strategically place to allow for plenty of light while maintaining the privacy in each unit.
“Flor” — Mohan Anand
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The decks featured build in planters that acted as partitions to continue that private feel without taking away from the incredible view.
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“Idea for Linen closet area” — karenbrunedds
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Cable wiring was used on the staircase to continue an open feel on all three floors.
“white side panel for stairs and stair railing for carpeted stairs” — krystinmarie
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“no carpet on landing but on stairs” — a lauer
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Stainless accents in each room gave these units a very clean and modern look.
“dark with med wood” — allykris
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