NPR on Seattle: Condo Buildings Stand Half Empty

Last week NPR’s Marketplace ran a story on Seattle’s condo scene Condo buildings stand half empty, as part of a wider body of coverage on the Seattle real estate scene.

In it Jeff Tyler of NPR gets a tour of downtown condos with a Seattle auctioneer, tours Bellevue Towers, attends the 5th and Madison auction, talks to people who bought at auction and ends with a few sound bites from someone who writes a Seattle condo blog sick of fixing leaky toilets.

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    My favourite is also the condo which would've been easy walking distance to the DC Metro. Where not only was the condo dirty, cramped, dark, non-updated, and generally not up to being seen.