5 Apartment Amenities that Improve Your Daily Life


The perks of your next apartment aren’t just bonus features. They set the tone for the next phase of your life. Double down on the apartment with your favorite amenities, and spend more time doing the things you love.

5 Apartment Amenities with Real-Life Benefits

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1. Dog Park with Wifi

Our dog park is not just a fun place to play fetch and socialize with other pups, it’s also a place to relax and let your dog be a dog. Our dog park is equipped with a wide selection of comfortable seating and free wifi so you can relax, goof off, or even get work done while your pup runs around.

2. Outdoor Lounge with a Pool and Spa

You may not own a McMansion with a hot tub under the stars, but you can invite your friends to the Lighthouse Apartments pool lounge anytime. Enjoy drinks by the pool, soak in the hot water, and play pool games in this luxurious outdoor space.

3. Quartz Countertops and Vinyl Plank Floors

With smooth, water-resistant surfaces all over the apartment, cleaning has never been easier. Parents and pet owners love how quickly messes disappear off these luxury surfaces. Enjoy stain-free living, never worrying about your security deposit.

4. 24-Hour Gym

Find that moment in your routine each day to hit the gym for your favorite workout. Every athlete swears by it: routine is what makes fitness happen. That’s why we keep our fitness center open and filled with a variety of equipment: to help residents make health a priority.

5. Community Garden

One of the most exciting and unique offerings of Lighthouse Apartments is the private community garden. Find your green thumb by growing colorful flowers as well as veggies for healthy, home-grown meals. For ideas, check out the Snohomish County guide to recommended garden plants in the Pacific Northwest.

Check out our full list of amenities, or apply now to pick out your favorite apartment or townhome.

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Dog-Friendly Apartments in Seattle: How We Go the Extra Mile for Your Pups

As The Stranger notes, it’s tough to find dog-friendly apartments in Seattle. As apartment managers, we don’t think it’s right for people to give up living somewhere nice just to have pets. That’s why we redesigned and renovated each Lighthouse apartment to make life easier for dog owners. As an added bonus, there are tons of fun activities for dogs and their families around town. See a few highlights of Lighthouse Apartment living for you and your pups.

Big Dogs Welcome! We Love Dogs at Lighthouse Apartments

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Dog-Friendly Apartment Renovations

Lighthouse makes it easy to live with pets. Each apartment is equipped with stain-resistant, luxury vinyl panel floors with the grain and color of natural wood. Messes are easy and stress-free to clean. Each apartment comes with an in-unit washer and dryer so you can toss in fur-coated clothes and blankets day and night.  

With all the little things taken care of, you and your pets can while away the evenings by the fireplace.

Community Amenities

Lighthouse campus is built on 12 acres of artistically landscaped grounds, a wonderful place to stretch your legs without venturing too far from home. Set your dogs free in the on-site, off-leash dog park to play ball and socialize with other dogs. When you’re ready for a change of pace, visit any of several local parks.

Lincoln Park

West of Lighthouse Apartments is an expansive series of wooded trails, a wonderful place to be immersed in nature without straying far from home. Walk or drive to the beach, a spot frequented by seals and otters, and visited by several species of whales.

Lincoln Park is best known for its salt water swimming pool, but unfortunately, dogs are not invited.

EC Hughes Playground

Just 4 blocks away, your water-loving pups can romp and play in the local spray park. The EC Hughes Playground is scheduled to be renovated in early 2019, so expect exciting changes in the near future. Check for updates here.

Westcrest Park

To the east, this park includes an 8.4 acre off-leash zone with forest paths, benches, and doggie drinking fountains. The park is regarded as a haven for dogs and dog lovers. There is a separate off-leash zone for small and shy dogs who need elbow room to play. While dogs are not known for their gardening skills, there is also a community garden for apartment residents with itching green thumbs. Lighthouse Apartments is built with dog lovers first in mind. Get started today by browsing open listings.