Exposed Brick and Steel at Trace Lofts

One of my neighbors at Trace Lofts has put their unit up for sale. Unlike the other units which have primarily been of the <650 square feet, open one bedroom variety, this is one of the more interesting floor plans that clocks in at 1,028 square feet. It's unit #305. The unit is listed at $449,500 which is less than what they paid back in September 2007 ($494,196).

What makes the #205 and #305 floor plans so sweet is the exposed brick wall with steel. The light fixture they installed is also very nice (we need a light fixture for our dining table still…):

The possible downer with this floor plan is the lack of windows. But what few windows there are, the west facing ones fortunately capture the Space Needle, and the windows open onto two small decks:

There’s been two re-sales at Trace. One at $490/sq. ft. in January and one $438/sq. ft. last week making this unit looking priced to sell at $438/sq. ft.

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Current average appraisal:

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About Matt Goyer

I'm the publisher of Urbnlivn and a real estate agent. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.
Get in touch to:
• Understand the market
• See homes for sale
• Sell your home

Contact Matt matt@urbnlivn.com / 206-618-1600

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  • Generic

    It was in this very blog that I read that the only way to get any sleep at TRACE is to use a “white noise” generator, yeah $449 is a GREAT deal huh?

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    To get sleep at any Pike/Pine corridor condo or apartment is going to require a white noise generator! :)

    Though this is an interior unit, doesn't really face directly onto the street (unlike our corner unit facing down on a 5-way intersection), so it's much quieter than our place.

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    To get sleep at any Pike/Pine corridor condo or apartment is going to require a white noise generator! :)

    Though this is an interior unit, doesn't really face directly onto the street (unlike our corner unit facing down on a 5-way intersection), so it's much quieter than our place.

  • RS

    As Matt's neighbor, I sleep at Trace every night without a white noise machine. :)

  • kevhoov

    Hey Matt, thanks for the effort with this listing…I'll have it open tomorrow on the Broker's Tour, 11 to 1…but anyone's welcome to stop in! As you know, it's such a cool unit…anyone who's hot for loft living should see it!