NYT On Seattle Condos

From 36 Hours in Seattle:

Condo developers have carved many of Seattle’s quirky neighborhoods into bland real estate listings.

The NYT also had an article a while back on “real” lofts that I forgot to link to. Here it is, The Primal Loft.

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For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

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  • nitsuj

    I’m sure they meant LUXURY listings with granite counter tops and stainless appliances….

  • nitsuj

    I’m sure they meant LUXURY listings with granite counter tops and stainless appliances….

  • Dan C

    Along with billboards showing beautiful people drinking wine, riding bikes and shopping at outdoor markets.

  • Dan C

    Along with billboards showing beautiful people drinking wine, riding bikes and shopping at outdoor markets.

  • Mike2

    I’ve stayed in the McKibbin St lofts in Bushwick (East Williamsburg) Brooklyn, and there’s absolutely no comparison to the “loft like” condos that have popped up in Seattle. Completely different market, style and culture.

  • Mike2

    I’ve stayed in the McKibbin St lofts in Bushwick (East Williamsburg) Brooklyn, and there’s absolutely no comparison to the “loft like” condos that have popped up in Seattle. Completely different market, style and culture.