Junction Flats Apartments: Welcoming a new West Seattle Blog sponsor

Today we’re welcoming Junction Flats Apartments, newly opened in the West Seattle Junction, as a new WSB sponsor. New local sponsors get the chance to let you know what they’re about:


Junction Flats is at 4433 42nd SW, with studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. Its features include large windows, in-unit washers and dryers, a 24-hour fitness room, rooftop deck (photo above), and barbecue area. And Junction Flats is pet-friendly, historicimagewith a dog run and pet-wash station. Read more about the Junction Flats amenities here.

Another major attribute: Junction Flats Apartments is within walking distances of a multitude of services, from stores to restaurants to schools, but since it’s “just on the edge” on the north side of The Junction, it’s a quiet setting. Its logo is based on the historic Junction photo at right – the meeting of the tracks (click the photo to see how the two images are linked).


Junction Flats is owned by longtime West Seattleites; Paul Cesmat and Steve Butler (photo above) are West Seattle High School graduates who have been business partners for more than 30 years.

Find out more about Junction Flats Apartments at JunctionFlatsSeattle.com, or call 206-420-8222.

We thank Junction Flats Apartments for sponsoring independent, community-collaborative neighborhood news via WSB; find our current sponsor team listed in directory format here, and find info on joining the team by going here.

6 Replies to "Junction Flats Apartments: Welcoming a new West Seattle Blog sponsor"

  • schwaggy July 27, 2016 (1:48 pm)

    The signage on this building is ridiculously overblown for a residential neighborhood. This is not Tokyo

  • thee July 27, 2016 (3:09 pm)

    yay. developers. 

  • John July 28, 2016 (7:31 am)

    Are they going to fill these?  I hear we need more living units in Seattle, but I always see those sign spinners trying to still fill the units at the Alaska/Fauntleroy apartments above LA Fitness.

    It seems like we already have units not renting?  

    • WSB July 28, 2016 (7:46 am)

      The city’s vacancy rate remains low. Sign spinners and signs are just forms of marketing, as is advertising here. Even if you have two units left, you’d want to take steps to make sure apartment hunters knew about your two units as opposed to the two units in the building down the street. (For Junction Flats here, there’s a link on the website where you can check availability.) Probably the major measure of the state of the market: New project proposals. We cover them all here, as we did this one when it was proposed and went through Design Review a few years ago, and hundreds more units are still on the way, most recently the 112 units announced for the PCC site. – TR

  • SueY July 28, 2016 (1:56 pm)

    What’s a pet wash station?  Don’t people just wash their pets in the bathtub anymore like we did in the good old days?

    • WSB July 28, 2016 (2:06 pm)

      They are amenities in some of the new buildings, so that you can clean off your dog before s/he tracks mud, sand, whatever through the lobby, into the elevator, down the hallway, and into your apartment. – TR

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