Alrighty, no more buying the paper on Super Bowl weekend. Here’s the re-cap of ads in this past weekend’s Sunday Seattle Times:
1 Hotel Residences: Grand opening coming soon. Now selling. Occupancy 2010. It’s a lifestyle many desire but only a fortunate few will call their own.
1521: Occupancy 2008. Final purchase opportunity happening now. Call for your private preview. (They need more contrast in their ad. Its hard to read.)
5th and Madison: Move in Now. From $500s to $1.1 million. Penthouse available at $1,950,000
Ava: Now accepting priority reservations. Experience the ZING of vibrant downtown living from the ZEN of your own private sanctuary in the city. Occupancy 2011.
Azul Flats: Move in now! $240,000 – $449,000.
Brix: Move in summer 2008. Priced from the $300’s – $600’s
Equinox: Homes from the mid-200’s to the $800’s. An amazing in city location. More value in every square inch. Urban ease of the Eastlake neighborhood. (I’m not making this stuff up, it gushes!)
Escala: New sales release now available. Mid $500,000 to more than $5 million. Occupancy 2009. (More than $5 mil. Wow! New sales release? Double wow!)
Gallery: Move in Summer 2008. From $300’s-1.5 million. Sure to find a home that inspires you.
Marc Anna: When your address means everything. Restored timeless classic.
Mosler: They had an open house Sunday. Bummer, I should have gone.
Olive 8: Occupancy late 2008. 00 floor plan starts at $1,195,000
Some folks have moved to the small print classifieds:
Domaine: Now selling! (Watch out they’re try to sell the whole building too!)
Fini: Move-in Now! (This is not urban living.)
The Parc: Move in now. 90% sold.
Pioneer Square Lofts: $585,000 – $1,250,000 (How many lofts are there in Pioneer Square? Could they not have picked a better name?)
Serana: Own for LESS than renting! Up to $10,000 toward rate buy down.
And Windermere has a nice inspiring ad, “Your home is a great long-term investment. Despite news stories to the contrary, the real story of home ownership remains one of steadily increasing value.” Followed by an appreciation chart from 2000.