What Was New and Exciting Last Week

It’s been a crazy few days at work with our all hands company meeting last Friday. In the meantime a few interesting units have hit the market…

81 Vine

#206 is a curious unit. 18 foot ceilings, 3 levels, 808 square feet all for $415,000.

Bellora

#1000 is a north east unit with great views. 1,550 square feet for $1,175,000.

The Klee

Penthouse #4 is for sale. 1,160 square feet for $695,000:

Jason recently walked by and took some photos and posted some thoughts on the architecture, “I can’t help but think of those fortress schools that they build in the 90s.”

Meridan

Few units available here.

#904 is a small one bedroom at 588 square feet. And pricey at $499,950.

#2202 is 2 beds, 1,300 square feet and $849,000.

#2401 is the nicest of the bunch at $1,140,000 for a devilish amount of 1,666 square feet. Though you’re going to have a sore neck watching TV with this setup:

Queen Anne High School

They dropped prices a bit more.

About Matt Goyer

I'm the publisher of Urbnlivn and a real estate agent. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.
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  • Anonymous

    Given that any one of this is very likely to be worth 10 to 20 % less next year, why would anyone step up now?

  • Given that any one of this is very likely to be worth 10 to 20 % less next year, why would anyone step up now?

  • jcricket

    This “freeze” of buying activity Vanderleun is getting at is probably going to cause further deterioration of the RE market. I’m not arguing it’s not warranted, just commenting on the effects.

    I’m glad I’m not buying or selling a house right now, that’s all I have to say.

  • jcricket

    This “freeze” of buying activity Vanderleun is getting at is probably going to cause further deterioration of the RE market. I’m not arguing it’s not warranted, just commenting on the effects.

    I’m glad I’m not buying or selling a house right now, that’s all I have to say.