17,000 Square Foot Loft in Belltown

Inspired by the New York Times article, How to Land a Loft? Well here’s you chance to buy a cool unfinished loft space. 2225 1st Ave hit the market a few days ago when I was offline:

Rustic live-work marketplace loft. 17,000+ sf of raw spaces ready for your architect. Mullioned windows greet ceilings soaring to 14′. Three levels completed by rooftop terrace level. Potential garage to warehouse a collection of 20+ autos.

I am SOLD. But need help with the $3.7m price tag :). What’s crazier is that this building unit last sold for $1.2m in October 2012. WHY DIDN’T I BUY IT!?

2225 1st Ave View 2 17,000 Square Foot Loft in Belltown

2225 1st Ave View 17,000 Square Foot Loft in Belltown

2225 1st Ave Basement 17,000 Square Foot Loft in Belltown

2225 1st Ave Exterior 17,000 Square Foot Loft in Belltown

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Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts, floating homes and mid-century moderns.

For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

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  • phil

    I always liked the look of this building and if you could find a good tenant for the street level, it would be worth it. Though Belltown currently seems to be a hard place for non-eating/drinking establishments to make a go of it. Egberts (the previous tenant) was a great store and I’m sorry it closed. You could really hear the traffic noise at the back of the store and it will be a few more years before the Viaduct is gone.

    Parking lot/future development alert…don’t count on keeping all of the water side views.

  • careful reader

    It isn’t the whole damn building, it’s the ground floor, basement and subbasement. One unit of a two unit condo. The upper floors are the other unit, since 1985 owned by the Apex Belltown Co-op.

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Thank you careful reader! We have dialed back our enthusiasm.