Videos of New 41 Story Condo Site In Downtown Seattle


If you read our post last week about the new high-rise condo project in downtown Seattle, we promised to show a number of videos that take a look at the site. To some of you this may seem boring, but to condo fanatics like us, it is the first phase of the development process - soon enough it will be 41 stories of steel, concrete and glass. As you'll see below, we were able to … [Read more...]

Just Listed, 2 Bedroom 1.75 Bath at the Parc – $2,600 Per Month

Unit 911 Living

JUST LISTED FOR LEASE 76 Cedar St #911, Seattle Asking $2,600 2 bed | 1.75 bath Belltown The Parc Bright SW corner unit with stunning views of Elliott Bay, city skyline and Olympic mountains. Enjoy the upgraded bamboo flooring in the entry, living and dining areas and wool carpeting in the bedrooms. Other upgrades include designer lighting, granite counters and electric … [Read more...]

Plans Unveiled Tonight Regarding Urban Planning In South Lake Union

South Lake Union

There is an exciting event tonight in South Lake Union. For the last few years, consultants have worked with community leaders and special interest groups to determine the best zoning recommendations for the popular neighborhood. Those recommendations will be unveiled at 6pm by Seattle Department of Planning and Development . The public is free to attend. The address is 415 … [Read more...]

An Iconic Condo Project In Capitol Hill Is Sold Out

Sanctuary Interiors

The Sanctuary in Capitol Hill is sold out. If you recall, they re-launched in January and in 6 months sold 12 units. Congratulations to Resource Transition Consultants, Pathfinder Partners, Realogics-Sotheby's and most importantly the new owners of this phenomenal project. Sanctuary is a great addition to "The Hill". … [Read more...]

Short Sale at 1200 Bellevue Townhomes

1200 Bellevue Way

I notice this short sale when reviewing properties this morning. At only $318 per square foot, this would be one of the better buys in Downtown Bellevue. As Bellevue continues to grow, units like this should gain more popularity. It is only 2 blocks from Bellevue Square, it has secure under-ground parking and offers over 1,500sf for less then $500,000.  Check out the listing … [Read more...]

Just Sold, 31st Floor at the Cosmopolitan


We just sold this 31st floor unit at the Cosmopolitan. It was a short sale and our buyer had to compete with multiple offers.  It is a good reminder that when you write an offer, it is not just what you write but how your write it. Congrats to our client, who now owns a super cool unit 31 stories above ground! JUST SOLD 819 Virginia St #3103, Seattle SOLD for $310,000 1 … [Read more...]

Concord Penthouse Sells For $1,685,000


I love this unit - but I didn't buy it. The lucky person that did is going to enjoy this top floor Seattle condo for years to come. Big sunsets, a 700sf out-door space and stylish interiors are just some of the perks of 2929 1st Ave PH2. For $1,685,000, this top floor unit also includes: Sound, Space Needle & Olympic Moutain views Gas bbq, hot-tub and wet bar for … [Read more...]

Lumen Condo, Last Sold At $410,900, Now $294,505

Lumen Exterior

Yet another Lumen condo headed to foreclosure this Friday. This one bedroom, one bath was last sold in 2007 for $410,900. Now its listed with a minimum bid of $294,505. For those of you unfamiliar with Lumen, I have included the details below and you can also check out the UCS profile page here. [table id=10 /] … [Read more...]

The New High-Rise Condo Project In Seattle, Pre-Construction Photos


Ok, the word is out - Seattle is getting a 41 story tower featuring 335 units (previously proposed Insignia Towers). I wanted to give our readers a better understanding of the location and its proximity to South Lake Union, Belltown etc... I walked the site last week and have organized some images and videos for your review. I'll post the videos separately. Furthermore, if you … [Read more...]

Vulcan Offers $2 Parking In South Lake Union

Parking Meters

Let's put another feather in South Lake Union's cap. In a recent press release, Paul Allen's Vulcan Real Estate announced that four garages in the growing and uber-popular neighborhood will offer $2 parking on weeknights and weekends. I think the announcement is brilliant and if I were a business owner in the busteling neighborhood a thank you note would be in the mail for Mr. … [Read more...]

BREAKING NEWS, Bosa Development to Begin Construction On Seattle Condo Towers


As first reported by UrbanCondoSpaces back on March 21st of this year, Bosa Development will start construction on a 41 story, twin tower condo project featuring 335 units. It is now being reported by the Daily Journal of Commerce that the construction will start in the next 2 weeks.  This is incredible news for a depleted Seattle condo market. I'll have plenty of information … [Read more...]

Foreclosure Watch – Queen Anne Condo Last Sale $219,900, Now $135,000

500 Elliott Condos - Exterior

Looking for a foreclosure opportunity in lower Queen Anne?  Unit #411 at Elliott Condos/500 Elliott is heading to Fridays public foreclosure auction. It was last purchased in 2006 for $219,900 - the minimum bid at Auction is $135,000. I would estimate the rent to be $1,150-$1,250. Good rental opportunity? I think it is nice to see that these options are back in todays market. … [Read more...]

$950,000 Bank Owned Seattle Condo Sells In 3 Days

Bellora Ext

Just a few days ago, we posted about a 12th floor bank owned view condo at Bellora - it just went under contract in less than 3 days (priced at $950,000) This is a prime example of what will continue to happen in this market.  Class "A" concrete and steel condo projects like Bellora, Cristalla, 2200 Westlake, Enso and others will continue to be the most targeted product in a … [Read more...]

Seattle Home Prices On The Rise, Double Digits

Seattle Skyline

Courtesy of Aubrey Cohen at the Seattle PI, the numbers are in for May and Seattle home prices have risen 10.5% since last year. The median price for a home in the City reached $425,500 in May. That is up from $385,000 a year ago. Pending home sales were up by 16.2%. This is not a surprise to me. Buyers have been frustrated with the lack of inventory and quite a few of my … [Read more...]