What makes Reverie home

A unique place to call home where one can get lost in one’s thoughts. Reverie Beacon Hill is a 23 unit boutique apartment building with a clean, modern, and neutral design. It features a lush tree filled courtyard with its very own modern wine bar. We’re located in the heart of laid back Beacon Hill that’s close to the light rail, Jefferson Park, bike trails, and all of the neighborhood’s great restaurants. From our rooftop, you can enjoy the sweeping view of the Cascades, Olympics, and downtown.

A natural wine bar creating a sense of place

Petite Soif, which means ‘little sip’, will have a social, community-minded atmosphere and will be a place where guests come for multiple reasons: wine shopping, wine tasting and education, or a place to grab a bite to eat with a glass of wine. The hybrid nature of Petite Soif will allow for a lively, social and inclusive atmosphere as wining and dining encourage conversation and community. It will provide information for clients in the form of wine tastings, seminars, winemaker dinners and pop-ups.

Opening September 2019

neighborhood

Beacon Hill

Wood-fired pizza, Italian small plates, seasonal produce, italian salumi, cheese, wine & spirits, house made bread and sweets. They select the best produce, meats and shellfish, keep things as local as possible (unless coming directly from Italy) and create a space for their guests to feel welcome, well-fed and happy.
Jefferson Park, the sixth largest park in the city, offers unparalleled views of the Duwamish River, the city and the Olympic Mountains. The Olmsted inspired path system flanked by trees offers a wonderful respite from city life along with many active opportunities.
Restaurant Homer was created by Logan Cox and Sara Knowles and inspired by their travels to Alaska and their dog, Homer. They’ve joined Logan’s passion for cooking with Sara’s love for design in the hopes of creating a welcoming atmosphere featuring delicious food and drinks.

Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail extends from the city of SeaTac to the University of Washington. With stops in South Seattle neighborhoods, the stadium district, the International District/Chinatown and downtown locations, it’s a great option for people traveling throughout the city