News & Events
200-Unit Mixed-Use Project in Seattle’s Ballard Neighborhood
Walls Property Group has unveiled plans for a 200-unit mixed-use development in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. The proposed seven-story complex, designed by N5 Architecture, is set to occupy a half-acre site at 1723 NW Market Street. The project includes ground-floor commercial space, 54 parking spots, and bicycle storage. While most existing structures on the site are slated for demolition, a one-story building housing medical clinics and The Monkey Bridge restaurant will remain. Walls Property Group’s CEO, Preston Walls, has emphasized the unique retail potential of the development, which is still in the early design phase and is expected to break ground in the next few years. The project forms part of a broader wave of development in the area, with other nearby mixed-use projects adding hundreds of homes to the neighborhood. Additionally, Walls Property Group is concurrently developing a 55-unit complex at 1446 NW 53rd Street, marking the first new project in Washington to utilize Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy + Resiliency financing. This ambitious venture reflects Walls Property Group’s longstanding focus on the Seattle multifamily market and its commitment to transforming the Ballard district.
2021 Rental Assistance Webinar:
On January 26th, 2021, the Walls Property Management team hosted a webinar to discuss rental assistance. Our panelists will share their programs and other ways for you to help your renters pay their rent.
Rental Assistance Program Panelists:
- Rental Housing Association
- Housing Justice Project (King County Bar Association)
- United Way
- Queen Anne Helpline
- Ballard Food Bank
April 2020 Update:
Due to the global results of COVID-19, Walls Property Management will be postponing its trip to Kenya. We look forward to pursuing this opportunity in the future and encourage everyone to financially support other local non-profit organizations during this unprecedented time.
Coming soon: WPM Goes to Kenya!
Walls Property Management will be traveling to Kenya with Zosseo Overland Support in October 2020!
The primary goal of Zosseo Overland Support programs is to deliver treatment and preventative care for East Africans through mobile clinics. Though the needs of each community inform our activities, we typically provide extractions, preventive tooth decay treatments, tooth reconstructions, common pediatric oral care, dental health screenings, and other care. For those experiencing oral pain or discomfort, Zosseo Overland Support aims both to eliminate the source of pain and minimize the damage of infections. In the event that a patient requires intensive surgery that cannot be performed in the field, Zosseo Overland Support provides referrals and logistical support.
Click here for more details!
Ballard Boys & Girls Club
Free Apartment Contest
Rents have increased quickly in Seattle and it has created a strain on many budgets. We can’t ease everyone’s housing budget, but hopefully, someone’s situation could be drastically improved.
For the last 6 years, we’ve offered an Essay Contest, where participants are asked to write a response to how they would be impacted by the opportunity to live rent free for an entire year! Are you a property owner interested in offering an available residence for this contest? Contact us!
In 2020, we are proud to award not 1, but 2 free apartments. Don’t miss out on this life-changing opportunity, click here for more details!
Although the Walls Property Management Team has rapidly adjusted to the WA State Stay at Home order, our desire to be involved with the community has not subsided. This past weekend, WPM team members individually participated in a virtual 5k. We utilized the 5k...
It never fails – the sense of gratitude that shines through when interviewing each of our Free Apartment Contest finalists. Our committee had a tough job this year. They reviewed over 200 amazing stories and selected four people to interview. Due to COVID-19, our...
As we adjust to the ever-changing “COVID-19 environment,” one area that has been hit particularly hard is the non-profit sector. Many of these companies rely on donations and fundraising that comes from their annual events. Unfortunately, many non-profit...