The apartment building is located less than a 5-minute downhill walk to the water, and a 20-minute walk to Seattle Centre and the Space Needle. The unit is appropriately furnished with an upgraded kitchen. However, the photo in the listing is NOT that of the actual unit (notably, there is no waterfront view).
In fact, one should be aware that there is no "Garo" at all (at least not for my stay). This unit and others like it in the building are managed by an Armenian company named Ginosi. A quick (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) search will locate their web site, reviews, and news stories about the company. I would recommend potential Airbnb clients to dig at least a little bit into this company's history.
Another caveat: be sure you understand the total charges that will appear on your invoice. While the daily rate was attractive, the cleaning fee alone nearly tripled the final bill. You may be better off looking for a place that is slightly more expensive up front but reduces (or omits) the cleaning fee.
That said, I had no issues with the stay (aside from the Wifi being quite slow) and therefore had no opportunity to interact with Ginosi from a customer standpoint. They do not appear to have any on-site personnel, so if the "personal touch" aspect is important to you, be aware that this listing will not offer you that.