Life outside your home...

but totally acceptable in your slippers.


At the Sky Lounge - Throw a party or opt to enjoy the view with the company of your new neighbors. A full kitchen, comfy seating, a large screen LCD TV and a dining table fit for a feast are in the foreground. Two walls of glass, including one that opens entirely, unframe the view in the background: panoramic views of Elliott Bay, West Seattle and the downtown Seattle skyline.

On the roof deck - Saunter from the Sky Lounge to the huge roof deck. Casual outdoor furniture set amongst rooftop trees beckons for lounging, lunch-eating, and skyline view gazing. Green thumb? Grow your own basil and tomatoes in the roof top p-patch. Grill supper or sit and warm your toes by the fire pit.

In the lobby. Designed as a community great room, the lobby isn't just a building entry. Play a game of shuffleboard. Curl up by the fireplace with a warm cup of coffee.

In the movie/gaming theater. Download a new release. Play Xbox Kinect online or with friends. All on a big screen with a 3D projector and surround sound.

Work-out the fitness center, anytime of the day or night on brand new, state-of-the-art equipment. Roll your bike out of the secure bike storage area (complete with bike fix-it shop) and take a quick ride on Alki. Or, walk one block to the full-service West Seattle Athletic Club and take a class or a swim.

Take-the-dog-out the 1,800 sf oversized fenced dog run, complete with a covered area for you to stay dry while your four-legged friends play on the boulders with their canine neighbors. Or walk across the street and enjoy a stroll in the woods on the West Seattle's Longfellow Creek Trail. Hose off the mud and pamper your pet at the dog wash station, fully fitted with a platform and tub, spray heads on flexible hoses and dryers. It's a doggie spa right here at home.


Check out the neighborhood and ways to get-out-and-about in West Seattle. Discover Youngstown.


Summertime...and the living green's easy. Actually, living green is easy year round at Youngstown Flats. Sustainability is in the details-from green outside (a bioswale along 26th Avenue that filters rain water to help out Mother Earth) to green inside (cork floors, reclaimed wood walls and furniture, cardboard light fixtures and recycled glass countertops in the common areas and energy efficient appliances and dual-flush toilets in the homes).

To help green up your commute, Youngstown Flats has electric vehicle charging stations in the parking garage, and a large bike room for the two-wheeled commuters.

Not that titles matter, but Youngstown Flats is aiming for a 3-Star Built Green rating.

Learn more about living green in West Seattle: Sustainable West Seattle