1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union, developed by Liz Dunn, is indisputably our favorite condo building in Seattle so it is exciting to see a unit hit the market, but it is unit 301 which has been on the market but didn’t sell.

This time though it is priced at the low low $615k (it is going to sell).

Here’s the recent price history.

April 18, 2014 – Listed at $615k
January 8, 2014 – Delisted
February 1, 2013 – Relisted at $745k
June 8, 2012 – Listed at $825k
October 19, 2007 – Sold at $650k

While we love the building, and most units in 1310 E Union, #301 isn’t our favorite due to all the wood builtins. I get that they’re trying to warm the place up but it just doesn’t fit in.

But at $615k this place is now a deal. 1,123 square feet. 1 bedroom. 1 bathroom.

1310 E Union St 301 Exterior 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Hall 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Living 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Living 2 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Kitchen 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Bath 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

1310 E Union St 301 Bedroom 1310 E Union Loft Back After Huge Price Cut

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  • trimsl

    I would be very concerned about the future assessment on this building. Look closely to the steel I-beam structural members. They all show evidence of corrosion and the coating is bubbling off in numerous areas. The building will eventually need to be sandblasted and recoated. This will be a huge expense for the few owners of the building. This is probably the cause for the price drop.

  • loftguy

    It’s real nice, but this loft still seems overpriced to me. It’s $550/sq ft, which I haven’t seen on any of the other lofts in the area, and the guy below makes a very valid point about the assessments.

  • PBE

    this thing is going to last 10x as long as all the wood framed crap being built on the Hill these days