Condos at Thornton Place, Now Creekside Apartments

Thornton Place the mega complex in Northgate which suspended sales of their 109 condos in March, have recently put their condos back on the market, but this time as apartments. Welcome, the Creekside Apartments. Click through for an email they recently sent out. Thanks to Urbnlivn reader Peter for the heads up.

Seattle Times Digs into Thornton Place Condo Issues

Thanks to the Seattle Times for digging further into why Thornton Place discontinued condo sales in, A year later, Northgate condos still all unsold: But in mid-December, Ainge says, he noticed a suspicious half-inch gap between the wallboard and flooring in one unit. That touched off a chain of events that led engineers to conclude… Read More

Thornton Place Suspends Condo Sales

This is news to me, a reader pointed out that sales have been suspended at Thornton Place: As of March 1, 2010 Thornton Place will be pausing in its condominium sales efforts. The development is a large mixed-use project that includes apartments, condominiums, a theater, and retail. Thornton Place has seen tremendous success in both… Read More

Who Is Not Having a Broker’s Open Tomorrow?

I feel like we’re back in the bubble; every week there’s more events than I can reasonably attend without jeopardizing my day job. (Want to attend these events, take photos and write up a post? Let me know and you can share in the meager ad revenue! email me: mail@mattgoyer.com) Thursday Events Enclave at Ward’s… Read More

The Best Condo Marketing Yet This Year

Wow, Thornton Place just blew up the Seattle condo marketing world with their “layoff protection” program. It’s the best buzz since Olive 8 announced their price protection. Check out the buzz on Twitter and all the press mentions. The details of the program are (according to their press release): Homeowners who get laid off within… Read More

Gallery Residents Moving In

The Gallery folks let everyone know that people are moving in to the first five floors and that: The remaining retail space has been sold to a small grocer and will be called The Belltown Café-Market. The market will provide deli items, including ready-to-eat meals, groceries, wine and assorted last-minute items. Anyone here move in… Read More