LMC Breaks Ground on 450-Unit Luxury Apartment Community in Redmond, Washington

Completion of LMC Marymoor is slated for early 2022.

REDMOND, WASH. — LMC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lennar Corp., has broken ground on LMC Marymoor, a 450-unit luxury apartment community in Redmond, a suburb of Seattle. The three-building project will feature 37,000 square feet of retail space. The first move-ins are slated for early 2022.

The development is situated on 70th Street, just northeast of the 640-acre Marymoor Park. Residents will be steps from a Whole Foods Market and less than a mile from Redmond Town Center, a retail destination with more than 110 shops and restaurants. Public transportation access will be available through the SE Redmond Link Light Rail Station, which is currently under construction.

LMC Marymoor will consist of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 450 to 1,400 square feet. Amenities will include a pool, hot tub, fitness center, coworking lounge, community gardens and play areas. A sky lounge will open to a large rooftop deck. The project will feature artwork from several local artists, including a mural wrapping the entire northern building.

Redmond is known for its tech sector, being the home of Microsoft and Nintendo. Amazon, Google, Facebook and SpaceX also have large presences in the area.

“Redmond continues to be one of the most sought-after markets in the Seattle metro area, as it boasts great schools, a small-town vibe and access to well-paying jobs,” says Brad Reisinger, division president for LMC.

LMC Marymoor marks LMC’s ninth development in metro Seattle and its first in Redmond. The multifamily developer is also currently building The Bower in nearby Kirkland and Ovation in downtown Seattle.

— Kristin Hiller

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