Pied-à-Terre at Millenium Tower

I’d hardly call a 2,697 square foot unit at Millenium Tower a “luxurious pied–terre” [sic]. Luxurious yes, pied-a-terre, which is French for, “a small living unit usually located in a large city some distance away from an individual’s primary residence”, no.

Semantics aside, this Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen unit is eye-catching.

52155 0 Pied à Terre at Millenium Tower

52155 7 0 Pied à Terre at Millenium Tower

A little pricey at $1,895,000, it last sold for $1,750,000 in 2005.

And wait, is it Millenium or Millennium? Folks seem to be divided on that.

Now if unit 1703 isn’t big enough for you, unit 1501 is back on the market, this time at $3,675,000. It’s been languishing on the market for over a year and is now priced below what it sold for in 2007 ($3,895,000).

56284 0 Pied à Terre at Millenium Tower

56284 4 0 Pied à Terre at Millenium Tower

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.

  • Art

    It's an interesting building – one of the first upscale condo's in Seattle, but the price points and HOA are out of this world and it doesn't have many amenities compared to newer developments. From what I've heard, very few of the residents actually live in the building full-time.

    I don't believe I've seen a unit sell there for five years. 1704 has been on the market for nearly two years. Howard Schultz owns the penthouse but never built it out, and that property has been on the market continously since 2001.