MLS Watch: Lofts, Big Reductions
1310 E Union
#202 is down to $800,000.
Someone sent me a photo of a notice of default for a 2200 unit.
Need a 790 square foot modern space with commercial kitchen? Check out 66 Bell St #4 for $300,000.
Need a cozy small space in Lower Queen Anne? Check out 22 John St #38 for $189,000.
Bay Vista Tower
Yet another big unit is on the market in need of remodeling. Only $1,774,950 for nearly 2,600 square feet.
#205 is on the market for $495k it was originally purchased for $459k.
Here’s a shot of 111 E Pike that I took from my window two days ago:
The Millennium Tower penthouse, which is still a 10,000 square foot shell, that sold for $4 mil in 2004, just had a $2 mil price reduction to $8 mil.
Ben visited Rollin Street and has written up his impressions since Vulcan absurdly doesn’t allow photos:
To me, the layout as well as the sterility of the exposed concrete walls and ceilings were quite reminiscent of Mosler Lofts. The decks seemed a bit too narrow, probably wide enough for potted plants and a bistro set, but not much else. The â€œshotgunâ€ units on the alley side donâ€™t seem receive a lot of ambient daylight, mostly due to the depth of the units, something to keep in mind if you like bright and airy living spaces.
My neighborhood is selling #308.