Our friend is selling her sweet loft at the Talisman, a mid-century building from 1965. Bought just a few years ago she’s remodeled the place and made it look brand new while still retaining its 1965 roots. At 500 square feet, it feels larger thanks to the monster ceilings. We checked it out this weekend… Read More
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Enjoy luxury living in Seattle’s first Gold LEED building, located at 909 5th Avenue in the Fifth and Madison condo building, which, with 1521 is one of our favorite high rise condos. The 1,208 square foot one bedroom home includes floor to ceiling windows, anice kitchen and killer views. Listed at $749k, the dues are… Read More
Want a loft but don’t want to live in Pioneer Square, Capitol Hill or Belltown? Here’s a great loft in Madison Park right next to the Arboretum so it has a very green, less urban, feel to it. 2914 E Madison St is a big one bedroom at 962 square feet. Though it feels larger… Read More
Nexus, the 403-unit condo building coming in 2019 is going to start reservations for units on June 4th at 11am. They’ll be releasing floor plans with price ranges around May 27th so you can pick out a few units ahead of time. And then on the 4th, for a $5,000 refundable deposit you can reserve… Read More
Luma, the new construction condos on First Hill, have announced that they are targeting LEED Silver certification. We don’t know how sold out Luma is, they buck the trend and only release sales numbers quarterly, instead of monthly. But we do know what green features they have: 98 Walk Score 96 Transit Score Efficient windows… Read More
Just across Cal Anderson Park from the brand new light rail station, this modern townhouse at 1802 11th Ave with lofted bedroom hit the market a week ago. The 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom is listed for $549,900 and features floor to ceiling windows in the living room as well as an upgraded kitchen. The bedroom… Read More
Hot on the heels of the Seattle Times article, Seattle condos: Short supply puts extra squeeze on housing market here is our update on the status of all the condo new construction projects as well as a few single family and larger townhouse projects. If you’re thinking of buying a new construction condo or home,… Read More
It is hard to believe this Capitol Hill cottage at 421 10th Ave E Unit B is tucked away, barely only a block away from all the action of Broadway. Built in 1923 it is in a collection of condos known as “The Bungalows”. At 652 square feet, it is a compact one bedroom, one… Read More
If you missed out on the low prices at Insignia and can’t afford the current $737 buy-in for a brand new unit, there have been a handful of resales popping up in the South Tower but they’re generally moving fast. Unit 512S is a 803 square foot one bedroom, one bathroom. Listed at $585,900 it… Read More
Here’s an open one bedroom at Brix.
We were over at Insignia earlier this week and it sounds like they just hit 91% sold. I get a lot of emails about what their lower priced units are. So here you go! There are only four left, all in the north tower, under a $1m. #205N – $737,800 #305N – $743,700 #3001N –… Read More
Luma announced today that they’re 55% sold. We’ve had a few inquires from readers who want to buy there and just wanted to give you all a heads up that they only have two units left under $500k so you’ll have to move fast. #1504 at $494,950 and the unit above, #1604 at $499,950. Drop… Read More
It was tough interrupting cocktail hour at our floating home this evening to swing by the Gridiron Sales Center(Gridiron is a 107-unit condo project going up in Pioneer Square) for “an intimate and thought-provoking panel discussion” about design and historic preservation. But interrupt it we did. At the event we heard from Gridiron developer, Kevin… Read More
I think this is the first “unit 0” that we’ve seen! In the Pittsburgh, a lower Queen Anne building built in 1907, but converted to condos in 2007, this unit is a mixture of new and old. In terms of “old world charm”, we love all the exposed brick, impractical as it is from an… Read More
Recently we’ve blogged, and seen, a lot of condo units on Capitol Hill in concrete and steel buildings built in the 70’s (all on Belmont Ave). While we love Capitol Hill, we should be fair to Queen Anne and point out unit 602 at the Plaza Royale. As you can see it has amazing views,… Read More
The Burrard Group has revealed a ton of details about their condo project at 1200 Howell S, Nexus Seattle, via a press release, The Burrard Group Debuts NEXUS – A New Condominium Tower Amidst A Burgeoning Multi-Billion Dollar Vertical Village in Downtown Seattle; Unit Reservations May ’16. “NEXUS will be the first of several significant… Read More
Here’s your chance to build your own condo building on Queen Anne! 210 W Comstock is a permit-ready 8 home building on the south slope of Queen Anne. HOW AMAZING IS THIS OPPORTUNITY!? A boutique condo building in an amazing part of Queen Anne would sell fast. There is a ton of pent up demand… Read More
You’d probably never guess that the building at 1117 E Denny Way known as Central Corner houses a badass NW contemporary loft. But it does! Unit C is a whooping 1,867 square foot one bedroom giving you a huge living room and lots of living space. Long time readers, know we love views, so we… Read More
James Winder, the listing agent for the recently listed loft at the Talisman, was kind enough to send over some vintage Talisman photos. I love this kind of stuff :). We toured the loft for sale there yesterday with a client and snapped this pic of the in-unit callbox: Can you hear me now? #midcenturymodern… Read More
For those lucky buyers shopping in the $2m range here’s another option this week. There aren’t many condo buildings more luxurious than 1521. Located on 2nd between Pike and Pine, it is a 39 story condo building built in 2008. In my opinion it is the best looking high-rise residential building in Seattle. For those… Read More