New Photos From Brix

I stopped by Brix this past week to get a tour of their 8 staged units. Check out my photos of Brix.

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Prices at Brix range from $299k to $749. The best deals are in the low $300k’s but the really cool units start in the $500k. For sales they’re at 75 of 141 sold. Recently they had a few sales that were in the $500-$600k range.

They’re having a a pre-grand opening this weekend and a grand opening next weekend if you’re interested.

I liked a lot of the units. But I’m a view guy and unfortunately with the big apartment building going up across the street views are in short supply.

About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts with industrial features and new construction condos that is only eclipsed by his passion for outdoor sports and urban living. Phrases such as “polished concrete” and “exposed brick” are music to his ears. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • Potentialbrixbuyer

    I am not a real estate professional. The sales history of Brix makes me wonder what the definition of “sold” is:

    On May 20, 2007, they reported 68 of 141 sold, according to your blog.

    On Aug 26, 2007, there were 80 of 141 sold, according to Wendy's http://www.seattlecondoreview.com

    On June 8, 2008, Wendy's blog showed 89 of 141 sold.

    On Jan 31, 2009, there are 75 sold?

  • Potentialbrixbuyer

    I am not a real estate professional. The sales history of Brix makes me wonder what the definition of “sold” is:

    On May 20, 2007, they reported 68 of 141 sold, according to your blog.

    On Aug 26, 2007, there were 80 of 141 sold, according to Wendy's http://www.seattlecondoreview.com

    On June 8, 2008, Wendy's blog showed 89 of 141 sold.

    On Jan 31, 2009, there are 75 sold?

  • EconE

    Great pics Matt. I don't know why 1521 didn't trust your capabilities.

    Just don't show them pic #45.

  • EconE

    Great pics Matt. I don't know why 1521 didn't trust your capabilities.

    Just don't show them pic #45.

  • Gollum

    I heard out of the 75 sales they now show, 35 buyers have either walked on their earnest money, or couldn't get financing. I was afraid their may be an iceberg constructed by the hype Jones and Williams have been churning out, maybe this is just the tip.
    Buyers should demand honest representation of how many homes are sold before they let their earnest money go hard.

  • Gollum

    I heard out of the 75 sales they now show, 35 buyers have either walked on their earnest money, or couldn't get financing. I was afraid their may be an iceberg constructed by the hype Jones and Williams have been churning out, maybe this is just the tip.
    Buyers should demand honest representation of how many homes are sold before they let their earnest money go hard.

  • Potentialbrixbuyer

    >Buyers should demand honest representation of how many homes are sold before they >let their earnest money go hard.

    Somehow I tend to agree. Can someone affiliated with Williams Marketing comment on the figures?

  • Potentialbrixbuyer

    >Buyers should demand honest representation of how many homes are sold before they >let their earnest money go hard.

    Somehow I tend to agree. Can someone affiliated with Williams Marketing comment on the figures?

  • Peckhammer

    I don't know, call me crazy, but this blog about condos reminds me of all the stories about arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

  • Peckhammer

    I don't know, call me crazy, but this blog about condos reminds me of all the stories about arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Then don't read it!

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Then don't read it!

  • Peckhammer

    It's like watching a train wreck in slow motion, and I just can't turn away…

    I like the story in the Seattle Times this morning about the Veer's apparent sheenanigans: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/dannywest

    I think the project is doomed. They may be forced to give the units away at some point, or default altogether.

    I visited the Veer recently, and one of the selling points — besides the 10% down and decent finacing offered on the GIANT COUTRYWIDE poster — was that the project had the backing of Vulcan. Of course, this is a crock, since the Veer is an LLC.

  • Peckhammer

    It's like watching a train wreck in slow motion, and I just can't turn away…

    I like the story in the Seattle Times this morning about the Veer's apparent sheenanigans: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/dannywest

    I think the project is doomed. They may be forced to give the units away at some point, or default altogether.

    I visited the Veer recently, and one of the selling points — besides the 10% down and decent finacing offered on the GIANT COUTRYWIDE poster — was that the project had the backing of Vulcan. Of course, this is a crock, since the Veer is an LLC.

  • drop-in-reader

    Nice photography.
    The building however…
    From it's Soviet inspired courtyard to
    it's basement apartment ceiling pipes;
    it leaves me cold.

    Maybe it's good for people who like to live
    their private lives in public spaces, but I will pass.

    I'm curious; did you check:
    how much noise does a kitchen fan make in it's
    uninsulated 'dryer pipe'?
    What is the noise level when all the fans are running?

    Thanks for your energy.
    This is a fun stop on my cyber walk.

  • drop-in-reader

    Nice photography.
    The building however…
    From it's Soviet inspired courtyard to
    it's basement apartment ceiling pipes;
    it leaves me cold.

    Maybe it's good for people who like to live
    their private lives in public spaces, but I will pass.

    I'm curious; did you check:
    how much noise does a kitchen fan make in it's
    uninsulated 'dryer pipe'?
    What is the noise level when all the fans are running?

    Thanks for your energy.
    This is a fun stop on my cyber walk.

  • drop-in-reader

    Nice photography.
    The building however…
    From it's Soviet inspired courtyard to
    it's basement apartment ceiling pipes;
    it leaves me cold.

    Maybe it's good for people who like to live
    their private lives in public spaces, but I will pass.

    I'm curious; did you check:
    how much noise does a kitchen fan make in it's
    uninsulated 'dryer pipe'?
    What is the noise level when all the fans are running?

    Thanks for your energy.
    This is a fun stop on my cyber walk.