Reminder: Meetup this Wednesday

It’s exciting to see that we have 30-40 people RSVP’d for this Wednesday’s meetup. If you’re on the fence about coming don’t be silly and come. Yes, the bubble heads will make fun of those of us buying at the peak of the market, and those buying will make fun of the marketers and developers, and the developers will give us a hard time about not liking what they’re building and together we can give the agents a hard time who will give me a hard time for not going with a traditional brokerage etc. But just kidding, the meetups are a great opportunity to set our agendas aside and listen to each other and learn about other perspectives in the industry and community.

- Matt

by guest contributor Carl Goodman

Hope you’ll be able to attend our next Urbnlivn Meetup, this one sure to be the swankiest yet!

When:

Wednesday, 29-Aug-2007
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Where:

Columbia Tower Club
701 Fifth Avenue, 75th Floor
(corner of Fifth Ave. and Columbia St.)
No-host soda and full bar – Hosted appetizers

More details about what to expect at this Urbnlivn Meetup can be found on our earlier posting.

RSVP:

Given the generous offer of Columbia Tower Club, we need to have a fairly accurate estimate of attendees. In you haven’t done so already, please use the comments on our first post to indicate if you’ll be attending and specify the number in your party.

Join us on the 29th and toast to a cohesive community of condo dwellers and seekers in a more vibrant Seattle!

About Carl Goodman
  • Rachel

    I just looked at the Columbia Tower Club website, and there are dress codes. Carl, do we have wear business casual?

  • Rachel

    I just looked at the Columbia Tower Club website, and there are dress codes. Carl, do we have wear business casual?

  • EconE

    Sources tell me that CTC is “in need of” members. Really…look at the discounts offered to people who they don’t even know. A bunch of people that argue on a blog.

    Would they rather have jeans/t-shirt and money or insist on business attire and have a bunch of no-shows.

    like me for instance.

    If I have to dress up. count me out.

  • EconE

    Sources tell me that CTC is “in need of” members. Really…look at the discounts offered to people who they don’t even know. A bunch of people that argue on a blog.

    Would they rather have jeans/t-shirt and money or insist on business attire and have a bunch of no-shows.

    like me for instance.

    If I have to dress up. count me out.

  • CG

    Urbnlivnites:

    Re Columbia Tower Clubs dress code, you dont all need to follow in EconEs footsteps by wearing a blue polyester sports coat with a splash of Old Spice. (Only he has that je ne sais quoi thats able to carry it off.) Yes, the CTC does have a business casual dress code (no jeans, no sneakers), but for us and our emerging take-charge downtown urban dwellers, just come as you are. The suit types can wear their suits, the avant-garde techie types can wear their hipster grab, EconE (who, for any interested shikses among the blogosphere, drives a gorgeous red vintage Porsche) can wear who knows what. See you Wednesday evening!

    – Carl

  • CG

    Urbnlivnites:

    Re Columbia Tower Club’s dress code, you don’t all need to follow in EconE’s footsteps by wearing a blue polyester sports coat with a splash of Old Spice. (Only he has that je ne sais quoi that’s able to carry it off.) Yes, the CTC does have a business casual dress code (no jeans, no sneakers), but for us and our emerging take-charge downtown urban dwellers, just come as you are. The suit types can wear their suits, the avant-garde techie types can wear their hipster grab, EconE (who, for any interested shikses among the blogosphere, drives a gorgeous red vintage Porsche) can wear who knows what. See you Wednesday evening!

    – Carl