1310 e Union is by far our favorite condo building in Seattle. Here’s a peek inside a recent remodel of one of the ones by SHED Architecture. Capitol Hill Loft Press Release.
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… Read More
Want, want, want! #402 at 1310 E Union, my favorite loft building in Seattle, is 1,702 square feet and only $862,800 (what a weird number.)
Unit 202 at my favorite loft building in Seattle, is back on the market! It is a big one at 1,495 square feet for 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. The ultimate bachelor pad. The great thing about #202 is that it also features a 500 square foot patio. We got a sneak peek before the… Read More
1310 E Union is one of our favorite buildings and not just because you’d be neighbors with Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie fame. Built by Liz Dunn, designed by Miller/Hull, it is a loft lovers dream! So naturally we couldn’t way to see what #301 looked like when it hit the market this… Read More
Everyone is talking about the Kardashian divorce (I didn’t even know she was married…) but what about the Zooey Deschanel (She and Him) – Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie) breakup?? Who is going to get the killer loft at 1310 E Union which is our favorite building in Seattle? Our guess is Ben —… Read More
1310 E Union #202 is down to $800,000. 2200 Someone sent me a photo of a notice of default for a 2200 unit. Belltown Lofts Need a 790 square foot modern space with commercial kitchen? Check out 66 Bell St #4 for $300,000. Avalon Need a cozy small space in Lower Queen Anne? Check out… Read More
My favorite building in Seattle has a unit that is not on the MLS yet and I got a sneak peak at it tonight. First, a big thanks goes to Edward Krigsman of ek Real Estate Group, who will be listing the place in the next day or two, for meeting me late tonight in… Read More