Come live at the Gateway to Capitol Hill. We are positioned on the Pike-Pine corridor, surrounded by the best neighborhoods, restaurants, shopping, dining and clubs in Seattle. It's like an expansion pack for Capitol Hill. Live here and go where you want, when you want, without the constraints of a car. Walk out the front door and find yourself in Capitol Hill, South Lake Union, Belltown, or the Central Business district in mere minutes.
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Pine Minor?
A The phone number for Pine Minor is: (833) 420-1658.
Q Where is Pine Minor located?
A Pine Minor is located at 1551 Minor Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101
Q What is the internet address for Pine Minor?
A The website (URL) for Pine Minor is: https://www.pineminor.com/
Q What days are Pine Minor open?
A Pine Minor is open:
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Q How is Pine Minor rated?
A Pine Minor has a 4.5 Star Rating from 34 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Overall Rating( 34 Reviews )
Shawn M269 on Google
I miss Mark and his team, who I connected with, and like bumping into them when I do. Each has a nickname, southern comfort, dog whisperer, and my favorite; hip hop hippie.
Alex, the new manager. Has won this guy over. I was concerned when Mark left and was replaced. The only staple staff was hip hop hippie. After watching and observing my guard went down...I experienced a friend using my keys to go smoke and never game back, I made some calls to mutual friends and found our some dark things that just happened in his life. I went down to report the issue. My concern was for the building, my apartment, and my dog. Alex and the team show compassion and empathy, and as luck would have it, the issue was fixed...I was incredibly grateful. The entire team jumped in to help. Which is what prompted me to update my comment here.
Love this management team.
Y Wu on Google
I lived at Pine + Minor for seven months (moved out due to relocation) and overall it's a great experience. There are a few small things that I don't like, but they are not big deals to me; your mileage may vary.
Location is absolutely great. Close to both Capitol Hill (restaurants, coffee shops, stores) and Downtown (transit, office, more restaurants and coffee shops). Amazon Fresh is just a few blocks away and there are two Whole Foods, a QFC within 15 mins walk. It's a very convenient location and I walk to a ton of places.
My studio is neatly set up, well equipped, and super spacious. Big kitchen with lots of cupboard space. Bathroom is huge too. The huge west facing windows allow in tons of light and the studio is always well lit. Overall the interior design is efficient and practical.
Small but beautiful rooftop with a great view of the convention center (both old and new in construction), South Lake Union with a glimpse of Queen Anne, as well as a bit of Capitol Hill. I never used the common areas on the first floor but it is nice to have them. I used the fitness center a few times during the snow, it's small but functional.
Never had a problem with packages or letters.
Very friendly and helpful management team. Miles at leasing is such a sweetheart, super friendly and willing to help. Jamieson and Dylan on the maintenance team are diligent and chill guys. Whenever I see them, they are picking up trash outside the building, sanitizing elevators, vacuuming floorsthe common area of the building is always well kept. I didn't have much direct interaction with the general manager Mark but he is flexible and considerate when I had to delay my moving out twice.
This is not the cleanest neighborhood. I have seen a homeless person at the corner of the apartment building for two weeks straight whenever I passed. The bike room has plenty of locked bikes missing parts (wheels, seats) so I decided to keep my bike in my room. Personally I did not encounter any security incidents nor feel unsafe.
My apartment faces I-5 and the noise at night could be a problem for light sleepers. The windows block high pitch noises but you can definitely still hear some muffled sound whenever a car springs by.
There is a mandatory cleaning fee ($200 or $250 for a studio) deducted from the deposit at moving out, specifically mentioning repainting walls, which were still perfectly clean when I moved out. I have moved around a lot and always left the apartment in excellent condition, so I feel frustrated at this mandatory fee.
Joseph on Google
I've been here 9 months now. Absolutely perfect experience. The building is well kept, safe, and management is outstanding. Our maintenance team is the best and very on top of things. You can tell they take pride in the building. I live on the west side of the building, the city noise doesn't bother me at all.
Je An on Google
We lived here for 3 years and never had a problem. The management team was always responsive. In 3 years only had to call maintenance once for something very minor (fixed our shower head flow). The payment portal was pretty easy to use (note that it messes up if you don't put all the charges on one account). Moving out was pretty easy as well and we got our security deposit back in less than a month minus a cleaning fee. The apartment is located in a very convenient location by downtown and capitol hill. Walkable to light rail. Our apartment facing the highway was a bit noisy but that was expected.
Kunal Gupta on Google
I paid my deposit for an open one bedroom and after a week their management team informed me that the tenant in my unit decided not to move out. Very disappointing, especially because prices in Capitol Hill increased in the week since I signed my lease. Amanda on their leasing team is very nice and was helpful throughout the process, but be careful with this management team. Iâ€™m also still waiting for my deposit to be refunded.