West Facing Two Bedroom at Insignia

Another buyer in Insignia’s North Tower has decided to sell before moving in (here’s our earlier post on the subject). So here’s your chance to get a never-been-lived-in two bedroom condo with killer west views.

Unit N2407 is a 1,523 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, in Seattle’s latest, and greatest, new construction condo.

Just completed, Insigina literally has it all. Two 40-something floor sky lounges, huge pool, monster gym, probably more grills than any other multi-family building in Seattle.

Listing provided courtesy of Javila Creer, Windermere.







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  • Flash

    Beautiful unit! One thing worth noting is that 1,523 is the gross square footage. Not the smaller net (usable) square footage that the city records and is used for other listings. Insignia’s excuse for initially advertising the inflated square footage is that they didn’t initially know exactly what space would be used by walls, cabinetry, etc. But that’s no longer true and of course the real square footage of each unit has been measured for county property records. Potential buyers might want to keep this in mind both because the units won’t be as large as they might expect from the listed “gross” square footage, and also keep in mind that when you resell years from now, you’ll probably have to list the net square footage like other condo listings use. For example, the recent listing (now pending sale) of 3806S used the “real” size of 1,404sqft. And I believe that’s the actual net size of this listing too. Maybe this is “old news” to real estate pros, but many of us buyers didn’t know. I met with Insignia sales agents several times and they never told me until I discovered the discrepancy myself.