Belcarra Bellevue Bre Property

The Belcarra Apartment complex in Downtown Bellevue on 106th Ave has flown under the radar until now. The project, which broke ground in 2007, now holds 296 apartment homes – many of which are now available for move in; the project will be complete in early February.

One of the best amenities of Belcarra is the contemporary clubroom with a kitchen, WiFi, an HDTV, and a billiard table. Other amenities within the complex include a 2-story gym, gas BBQ grills, and several outdoor fireplaces. Belcarra, which is a Bre complex, is dedicated to making its Bellevue property an environmentally friendly building by using energy-efficient windows, low-volatile organic sealants, environmentally friendly carpets (who knew), flow-restricting faucets, dual-flush toilets, and much more.

There is about 15,000 square feet of retail located at the base of Belcarra. It has been confirmed that a chiropractor will occupy 1 of the spaces. There is also a rumor (not yet confirmed) that suggests a Chinese Hot Pot restaurant will occupy a space.

Belcarra opened at the end of October and is already over 1/3 occupied, according to those at Belcarra. Studios start at $1,020, 1 Bedrooms start at $1,133, and 2 Bedrooms start at $1,775. In celebration of their new opening they are offering move-in specials on particular homes for a limited time that could save you over 2 months in rent.

10688 NE 10th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004


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  1. Under the radar? Are you kidding?

    Everyone knows about this complex from the day laborers swinging “Belcarra” signs at every intersection in Bellevue for the past 6 months. If that doesn’t scare you about this place, nothing will.

  2. I haven’t seen those signs, I must be lucky. Anyways it’s under the radar because the big boys like Elements Too and Ten20 are big and stand out.

    I know someone who just moved in here, it sounds like they are open to negotiating on price

  3. The place is pretty nice. They really went overboard with that water feature landscaping, very cool.

  4. I wonder if Belcarra is giving projections on when it will be fully occupied (cystal ball)?

  5. Hey Sam, why should the swinging sign guy scare anyone? It’s a common and effective marketing tactic for new leasup properties.

  6. Sam (first comment)… what apartment building do you work for? There are easier ways to compete, you know, than attacking an entirely common form of advertising. Or do you like seeing people out of work?

  7. The amenities are much nice than I expected. It’s a great value for being in the heart of Downtown Bellevue!

  8. The quality in this place is horrible. Just want into an apartment and you’ll be greeted with low quality furnishings. The complex is made out of wood meaning you can hear people in the hallways in your apartment all the time. I’m glad I made the move to elements too instead

  9. You’re right, you can hear everything! Interior hallways echo making one person sound like a herd of elephants are walking by. The doors have a hinge that allow it to close slowly, but then it SLAMS shut like a fire door. So I hear doors “slamming” late into the night and it starts again early in the morning, it’s miserable. I just moved in and am regretting the move, considering paying to get out of the lease.