Four Seasons Switches to Windermere

The Four Seasons, which last time we checked was only 69% sold after years on the market, has bailed on Realogics and switched to Windermere as their sales and marketing firm. At the same time they very modestly dropped prices on a few units:

Unit #1104 went from $2.44m to $2.38m.

#1404 went from $2.49m to $2.435m.

#1206 went from $2.999m to $2.888m (charmed pricing!).

On the other hand #1801 held steady at $7.166m.

Four Seasons Seattle

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  • Guest

    I’ve never understood why the marketing teams for the Four Seasons residences insist on using stock photos of the units.  If anything, I’d expect high end video/virtual tours of individual units to drum up some interest.