Listing Agents Info

These are the procedures for listing a unit for sale.  

5.1.7 Real Estate Lock Box Procedure - When an owner is interested in their Real Estate Broker attaching a lock box to the premises the current process is as follows: a. Lock boxes are allowed in the" lock rack" on the fencing that is located to the right of the entrance door on the corner of Hewitt and Grand. b. Or locks may be placed on the Unit door.  If necessary to temporarily modify the handle while the listing is in effect, then it needs to be changed back before the new owner moves in. c. Access to the building may also be allowed by way of the callboxes on either the A or B building. d. Programming of the Real Estate Broker's number (or requested number) will be programmed by the current volunteer. Please contact our Community Manager, Tom Gish, Jr. at Port Gardner Property Management 425-339-1160 ext. 223 for assistance.

There are no extra storage units or parking stalls.  The condo developer sold those as part of the initial conversion and they are recorded with the County.  If two owners want to trade, or sell their storage or parking, the Declarations need to be legally amended through the Association attorneys at the owner's expense.

Declaration 10.1.2, 10.1.5, and 10.3:  

  • Units are to be used as single-family residences.  The minimum unit lease term is 6 months.  Timesharing and vacation rentals are not allowed
  • Home businesses:  Except for the 3 Live/Work units, residents are not permitted to use their units for home businesses that involve visits to the unit by guests, customers, clients, or the public.  

There is currently no rental cap.  That means that the percentage of units that may be used as rentals at any given time is not controlled by the board of directors.