93 Active Condos In Downtown Seattle, Neighborhood Chart

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Condo lovers, we have created a few charts for your review. There are 93 active condo listings in Downtown Seattle. Here are a few of the take-aways: Condos pricing is pretty evenly distributed across the board There are only 27 condos priced under $500K There are 5 active condos in South Lake Union Denny Triangle currently has the largest allocation of active units … [Read more...]

January Condo Sales and Sales Data Launch, Downtown Seattle

January Downtown Seattle Condo Sales

Ok peeps. We are launching a new monthly update for Downtown Seattle condo sales. We will be tracking each month the number of sales in area (701 - Downtown Seattle). We will eventually roll out data for Queen Anne and Capitol Hill as well. For now, feel free to frequent our 2015 sales page that can also be found on the home page of the blog. So, here you go. Click on the … [Read more...]

Comparing Rents, Seattle Condo or Seattle Apartment

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  Lets examine the difference in renting an apartment versus a condo in Seattle. We'll compare a 2 bedroom at Cristalla and a new construction unit at Premiere on Pine (8th and Pine) If you are in the market for a rental there are a number of different buildings, floor plans, amenity packages and locations. In comparing these two rentals, you'll see in our chart below, … [Read more...]

The Ellington Condos

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Project: The Ellington Address: 2801 1st Ave Neighborhood: Belltown SEARCH THE ELLINGTON      BUILDING Built in 2001, The Ellington is a true urban experience located in heart of Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. The 12 story twin-tower condo project offers quintessential in-city living with an impressive list building amenities: 24 hour concierge, fitness center … [Read more...]

An Elementary School In Downtown Seattle Will Have To Wait

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For those of you that missed our post late last week, we highlighted a story involving an auction for the Federal Reserve Building at 2nd and Madison. All in all, there were 8 bidders, driving the price of up to a final number of $16M. Seattle Public Schools confirmed that they bid on the project but had budged just $6,000,000. The question is, who owns it and what is … [Read more...]

12th Man Edition, What $1.2M Buys You In Seattle Versus Boston

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Ok, 12'ves. Given the Superbowl matchup in the coming days, we are going to honor the Hawks and their fan base with a condo comparison featuring Seattle vs. Boston. We'll compare condos at or around $1.2M. Seattle Condos - $1,200,000 Budget Escala - 4th and Virginia Check out this 2 bedroom, 2 bath at Escala for $1,250,000. You get 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big city views … [Read more...]

Nord

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Nord – 312 1st Ave S Neighborhood - Pioneer Square SEARCH THE NORD BUILDING      BUILDING Nord is a quintessential boutique building located in the heart of vibrant Pioneer Square. The low-rise vintage brick building is comprised of only 7 renovated loft-style homes. The renovation and conversion was completed in 2007 by the local development company Pioneer … [Read more...]

Three New Towers Have Escala Surrounded

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If you currently live at Escala, don't panic, but we think you should pay special attention to this post. Here is the current landscape surrounding the 2009 built condo project. (Courtesy of Google Maps). Now lets examine 3 major projects that are projected to built and will surround the luxury condo tower. 1. Permits were originally approved for a 43 story … [Read more...]

3 Most Expensive Seattle Condo Sales In 2014

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As a follow up to our 2013 list, we compiled the 3 most expensive Seattle condo sales in 2014. 1) Four Seasons Private Residences  Unit #1501  – Downtown Seattle Sold Price – $6,100,000 Size: 4,131 | Price per square foot: $1,477 Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5 See more photos Number 1 on our list is 1501 at Four Seasons. The 2008 built project still has some of the … [Read more...]

Early Design Guidance, Altitude Sky Tower (Escala Impact)

New Project _ 5th and Stewart

A proposed project at 5th and Stewart (see above) is quickly gaining a lot of attention. It will be presented to the Seattle Design Review Board tomorrow at 7pm. The current proposal is for a 50 story project featuring a hotel, apartments and condos - named The Altitude Sky Tower. We believe that this new building would be a unique option for prospective buyers. Not only is the … [Read more...]

Post Mews – Travelers Hotel

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Building: Post Mews Neighborhood: Pioneer Square BUILDING DESCRIPTION Originally built as the Elgin Hotel in 1913, Post Mews was later recognized, and still referenced to today as Traveler’s Hotel. Living up to the name, it’s Post Ave location is just steps from waterfront, ferries, sports arenas, charming cafés and art galleries. The low-rise brick building was restored … [Read more...]

Condos In Foreclosure, Downtown Seattle

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You may have noticed over the years that we've spent a significant amount of time tracking condo foreclosures. During 2009-2012 there were hundreds of foreclosures in Downtown Seattle. Leading up to 2007, there were a lot of investors buying condos in the Seattle market. These included second home buyers, owners looking to rent their space and speculative buyers looking for a … [Read more...]

Price Drop, 5th and Madison Penthouse

5th and Madison Penthouse

One of the penthouse units at 5th and Madison just came back on the market with a new price. We have shown this property a number of times and it is absolutely INSANE. It sits up 24 floors from ground-level and has floor to ceiling windows showcasing some pretty incredible views. It was purchased for $2,550,000 in 2008 and shortly thereafter went through an extensive … [Read more...]

The Lofts

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Project: The Lofts Neighborhood: Pioneer Square BUILDING The Lofts is a classic New York style loft in Pioneer Square. Each of the 17 lofts offer exposed brick walls, massive windows, rustic wide plank floors and ample square footage. The turn-of-the-century ambiance combined with a location amid art galleries, acclaimed restaurants and charming cafés offers up a very … [Read more...]