Escala Units Starting at $384k

Here’s the word from Escala.

Dear Matt,

As a valued registrant, we would like to share with you details of the important changes happening at Escala Seattle. First and foremost, our pricing has been dramatically reduced. Below is a list of starting prices for our One, Two and Three Bedroom Homes.

1 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH, 952sf Homes starting at: $384,000
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 1607sf Homes starting at: $699,000
3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH, 2442sf Homes staring at: $1,574,000

In addition, we have taken a sustainable business approach to homeowner fees and services. The concept of Club Cielo, a five-star, 30,000sf club facility with outside membership, will now be available to Escala residents only. This decision has greatly reduced homeowner fees. All the while maintaining an unbelievable level of service and a greater level of security.

What does this mean to you? In place of a fully-staffed Bar, Restaurant and Spa we are moving to a User-Pay system. Whether you’re planning a private party for your 40+ guests, want to schedule a fitness trainer or masseuse on Thursday or simply want to book the screening room – all can be arranged through the concierge and Columbia Hospitality. Where costs are involved, those fees will bill directly to you instead of burdening the entire Home Owners Association. The fitness facility, resistance pools and changing rooms are always available.

There are many things that have not changed at Escala. These include access to an extensive amenity package, spacious homes with the largest decks of any downtown development and classic Seattle views. Combine all of that with Absolute-Value pricing and there is no other building like Escala in downtown Seattle.

Our sales office opens to the public on March 27th, 2010. As an early registrant, we’d like to get you in prior to the March 27th date. Call 206.816.6300 to schedule an appointment with one of our new sales professionals.

See you soon!

The Escala Seattle Team
1920 Fourth Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
t. 206.816.6300
e. info@somethingischangingatescalaseattle.com
w. somethingischangingatescalaseattle.com

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  • Chris

    $403 sq/ft for Escala is pretty impressive. Enso and Olive8 will have to respond.

  • heymanhn

    Enso, not so much. They're almost done.

    This will be a busy weekend for Olive 8 :)

    Do you think this is the start of the recovery?

  • The MD

    Great question! I believe this is a nod to the fact developers and marketers have to “get real.” In this case, they have. These starting prices are appropriate in this market for this building. This should sell several, several units. I only hope they recognize we aren't living in 2005, though – when the units do start selling, they should NOT go out and rush to raise prices. This is delicate.