"Great stay for small family. My husband and I stayed in this apartment with our 7-month-old daughter for a week in March, and it was everything we were hoping for. The apartment is the end unit, and we only heard the neighbor through the shared wall a few times (he or she wore shoes in the house and we could hear him/her walking). There was some road noise during the day, mainly due to the bus stop at the corner, but at night the neighborhood is nice and quiet, which was great since it was our daughter's first stay in a new place. There are a couple of squeaky floorboards throughout the house, but our daughter is a sound sleeper and they didn't bother her. We also had use of a booster seat and play yard for her, which made for smooth feeding and bedtimes. It was nice having a kitchen to cook some meals, and Safeway is only a block away so we could easily get groceries or coffee from the Starbucks inside. The table and chairs are comfortable, and we had enough utensils and dishes for several meals before needing to run them through the dishwasher. There was also plenty of space when we had a friend join us for dinner one night. The vehicle we had didn't fit in the parking space out back, but we were always able to find street parking, no more than a block away. We were also able to take the Rapid Route D-Line straight into downtown Seattle to go to Pike's Market (the stop is across the street from Safeway). This ride took about 30 minutes and saved us the hassle of finding parking downtown, which is expensive even for a short stay. Overall, this is a comfortable, clean apartment. We never felt cramped, and the neighborhood is peaceful and feels safe. The location is convenient whether or not you have a vehicle (the 40 and 48 lines are also available, in addition to the D line mentioned above). The management was also accommodating and answered all of our questions quickly and clearly. We would definitely stay here again."