Totem Lake Homes for Sale Kirkland WA

Totem Lake Homes for Sale in Kirkland

See Totem Lake homes for sale in Kirkland Washington on this page. Houses and condos in Totem Lake are very desirable. And, you can see details of Totem Lake properties with their property features when you click on the home for sale. Homes in Totem Lake are shown in all price ranges.

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Totem Lake Homes For Sale in Kirkland

The neighborhood of Totem Lake in Kirkland straddles both I-5 and NE 124th Street. The Totem Lake Mall is part of the neighborhood. You can view a map of the neighborhood. And, you can see available homes for sale in the Totem Lake neighborhood of Kirkland below.

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About Totem Lake

Lake Wittenmyer, later called Lake Watsine and Mud Lake, eventually changed to “Totem Lake” in the
spring of 1973 after the opening of the nearby shopping mall. The 17-acre wetland park is now owned
by the King Conservation District and co-managed by the City of Kirkland.

The Totem Lake Mall is being revitalized into The Village at Totem Lake. It consists of approximately 400,000 square feet. The Villages at Totem Lake is the redevelopment of a newly imagined lifestyle center complete with a village feel, mixed-use, gourmet grocery, high-end residential and other desirable experiences. The Village plans to be a catalyst for redevelopment in the entire region by bringing in a higher quality of retail, architecture and residential that exceeds anything in the marketplace.

While retaining several of the legacy tenants within the project, the development will also include a state-of-the-art luxury theatre, experiential restaurants, unique retail and other modern features. Guests will be pleased to discover a distinctive environment which also features creative office space, parks and plazas with fountains and regularly organized local events.

Kirkland’s unique neighborhoods are proud of their strong sense of community and places a special importance on maintaining a highly desirable quality of life for its residents. All of this makes The Village at Totem Lake the ultimate gathering place for locals to live, shop, dine and play.

The developer is working with tenants in all buildings and there are deals being made. As the buildings are phased, so are the leasing and the announcements for tenants.

The development team is taking several steps to improve upon the previous design. The master plan features more than 1,400 parking spaces, split between retail and residential and adds to the Totem Lake skyline.

Rather than a shopping mall where you may go to occasionally to fill a need, it will be more a place where you can come to shop and dine. You can live there and you can work there. It’s a totally different use of this incredibly valuable real estate.

The Village has seen large success during the recent openings as Trader Joe’s and Nordstrom Rack managers saw increased traffic flow throughout the opening weekend.

The project will move into Phase II — which will include more parking and most of the residential units — after building C is completed and begins to open retail businesses in late 2018.

Phase II will be the centerpiece of The Village. The mixed-use building will have two wings that feature restaurants and retail stores on the ground floor along 120th Avenue Northeast and host about 650 residential units above. The wings will be split by a central park, which will feature a fountain and outdoor dining areas, and a dine-in cinema.

Phase II will open for retail tenants in late 2019, before the residential units open in early 2020, and will host more than 400 retail parking spaces, with additional secured residential parking.

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