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Modern Mid-Century great light and access!
Modern Mid-century, huge floor to ceiling windows. Beautiful and unique. 2 levels,
Open floor plan, contemporary furnishings, landscaped front and back yard. Great parking and access from street. High end finishes, excellent lighting, open courtyard, Koi pond. Booked for commercial photoshoots as space is very flexible and adaptable and production friendly.
Beautiful Space in the University District
Consider using our space as a beautiful space for your photo shoot or production. The space is light, airy, open and with plants as the primary decor. We have an open area in the front of the space and 4 high pub tables with stools in the back. Two large counters that can be used as workspaces or buffet tables.
Our back room is a good prep area with a bathroom/utility sink and a refrigerator. We have a nice bathroom in the front of house for guests. Large windows and lots of light. The space is rather flexible with the ability to move tables around and configure it for your event. There is plenty of street parking available.
It's a special spot and we would love to have you!
Fremont Abbey - built in 1914
Fremont Abbey is our main venue at 43rd & Fremont Avenue North in Seattle. The 1914 building was reopened in 2008 after undergoing major renovations including seismic, design, environment & visual improvements.
Now a beautiful & welcoming multi-use venue with a warm vintage style, the Abbey welcomes up to 250 people for events of many varieties including nonprofit galas, private weddings, receptions, parties, meetings, workshops, classes and more.
Support local music, the arts and other nonprofits by hosting your special event at Fremont Abbey!
The Parlour House
Offering an open floor open for just about any need, whether it be a photo shoot, meeting or intimate gathering, this space is flexible to meet your needs.
Easy access off of Elliott Ave W in lower Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle's quieter part of the city, sits just off the railroad tracks and offers west facing light in the afternoons. Nearby you'll find our friends Citizen Six for some delicious asian/mex food and cider or several distilleries along the Ave.