Vertigo Update

A reader wrote in with the following update on Vertigo (I guess my photo is out of date now!):

I just stopped by the Vertigo on Republican and got the latest price sheet. Yes, it’s an awful looking exterior.

Overall pricing is now $175k to $425k. Available units sq footage range from 370 (Studio) to 806 (2 Bedrooms). Total of 39 units, with 10 supposedly sold.

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  • Jared

    I will say the new paint job has helped the exterior, though.

  • Jared

    I will say the new paint job has helped the exterior, though.

  • Justin

    I bought a Studio unit before the prices went up. The exterior is way better then it was before, hopefully they finish the exterior fully though needs some work.

  • Justin

    I bought a Studio unit before the prices went up. The exterior is way better then it was before, hopefully they finish the exterior fully though needs some work.

  • Gus

    I read some comments about earthquake cracks and mold in the building. Have you seen any of those, personally or through the inspection?

  • Gus

    I read some comments about earthquake cracks and mold in the building. Have you seen any of those, personally or through the inspection?

  • Gus

    I read some comments about earthquake cracks and mold in the building. Have you seen any of those, personally or through the inspection?

  • Gus

    I read some comments about earthquake cracks and mold in the building. Have you seen any of those, personally or through the inspection?

  • Sam lives on Capitol Hill

    You can still see that sh*tty paint job by TOPCO Phillipps, Inc. under the end job. This building needs to be torn down. It’s a moldy mess. Prime spot for a developer to rebuild. While your at it, re-do that halfway house across the road with an interior courtyard so the residents can hack and gag and giggle to their hearts’ content out of sight of taxpayers.