My neighbor is selling his place at Trace Lofts, #212. It’s a pretty sweet unit. 759 square feet. Cool old elevator door for a bedroom door. Exposed brick. Reclaimed hardwood floors. Original ceiling… The loft next door sold for $658/square foot which would put this place at $499k. They originally bought the place for $401k… Read More
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#205 at Trace Lofts just hit the market. #205 is a very unique unit. A few things make it unique: There are only two units with this floorplan at Trace Comfortably sized one bedroom. Most one bedrooms in Seattle are ~750 square feet, this one is a nice 1,026 square feet Tons of exposed brick… Read More
This past week two more penthouse lofts at Trace Lofts hit the market. #502 – $599k, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 821 square feet #503 – $750k – 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,155 square feet There’s now three on the market on the top floor to choose from. #508 is also for sale. Disclaimer: I own… Read More
Yet another loft at Trace Lofts is up for sale! Loft #508 just came on the market at $599k for a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 807 square foot unit with nice tall ceilings and views of Mount Rainier. Listing provided courtesy of Carrie DeBuys at Realogics Sotheby’s Int’l Rlty. Disclaimer: I own in the building…. Read More
I’ve lost track of how many lofts have turned hands this summer at Trace Lofts, there has been that many! (Actually it is 6 in the last six months and two more are pending. There are 42 units in the building.) There isn’t anything wrong with the building that I, as an owner in the… Read More
Looking for a smaller, exposed brick, loft-y type place on Capitol Hill? You’re in luck! Two, nearly identical lofts at Trace hit the market yesterday. Both are 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 600 square foot places. HOAs are $402/month. #211 is $369k. Being on the second floor this has the original car decking ceiling. It looks… Read More
Wow, lot of activity at Trace Lofts this spring! Seems like homeowners who bought in 2007 have realized they’re no longer under water. So two lofts recently went pending, two hit the market this week and a penthouse is for rent. Let’s take a peek at the penthouse, #501, for rent (here’s the penthouse, #504… Read More
This week we have a third floor (was the top floor of the old building), south facing unit on the market. Unit 310, at 1408 12th Ave, is an open plan 1 bedroom with 1 bathroom. Listing for $420,00, it has 684 sq ft; and the wood, windows, ceilings that Trace Lofts is known for. … Read More
We have 174 posts that mention Trace Lofts. You’d think somebody important on this blog owned a condo there. Trace Lofts is in a converted 1909 mercantile warehouse, a couple of blocks south of Cal Anderson Park. Unit 406 at 1408 12th Ave is on the market and worth seeing. A south facing one bedroom, one… Read More
I think it is safe to say that nearly six years after buying it, my Trace Lofts condo is no longer underwater! Hopefully I can say the same about the other condo I bought in 2007. (What was I thinking buying two condos are the hit of the market??) Why am I feeling confident? My… Read More
Word is that Trace Lofts #202 is going to go pending later tonight or tomorrow. After 3 days on the market there were 19 offers, the winning one all cash. Even I had five different people reach out to me about it. Many asking about the noise at 12th and Madison (my answer, get a… Read More
Our neighbor is selling her condo at Trace Lofts. Unit 202 is 663 square feet. 1 bedroom. 1 bathroom. And is priced at $299k. Perhaps we should buy it to combine with ours? :) This unit has had an interesting history: 9/17/2007 – Bought for $375,000 with a 0% down loan 11/1/2010 – Stop paying… Read More
An owner at the Trace Lofts is taking another shot at selling their third floor studio. But this time, it seems they’re being much more realistic. This 697 sq ft condo sold at the height of the market in 2007 for $325,000. In 2009, the owners put the unit back on the market for $372,500…. Read More
I apologize for the delay for interesting sales post this week, but I’m just now slowly beginning to recover from the eggnog and fruitcake hangover. Last week sales were predictably slow if not stagnant. 15 sales across the board with one at Olive 8, and most in the downtown and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. Some interesting… Read More
Buy #308 at Trace Lofts and enjoy a lifetime of double rainbows! Internet meme’s aside. #308 is nice 615 square foot crash pad in the center of it all. Plus we’ll be neighbors! It is priced to sell at $259k. When first built in 2007 this unit was listed at $320k. Ended up selling for… Read More
This past week two good looking places came up at 12th and Madison. Both priced below what they sold for brand new in 2008. The first, is a penthouse unit at Trace North featuring a custom built staircase to a loft area. Priced at $350,000 it is 726 square feet. Downside is, no view. It… Read More
Got a letter in the mail asking if I’d sell my condo. Tempting! With very few condos for sale these days has anyone else received something similar?
Let’s unwrap this big box of 32 condos and townhouses that sold last week to see who’s purchased a home just in time for Christmas! In new construction condos, Escala sold two condos (#1011 for $659K; #1410 for $419K) and Olive 8 one (#2807 for $450K) and then there are a few other notable resales…. Read More
Hot on the heels of selling out and having no units for sale, #405, just came on the market for $395,000 for 795 square feet (or $484/sq. ft.) The place has a good floor plan and two balconeys: But a poor location. It faces Trace North and the balcony faces Citizen (aka the Precision Tune… Read More
There were 23 condos and townhouses that sold last week. Five of those were developer-owned, new construction condos and we really should take a closer look at that action. It is starting to look like a parade of sold out. Matt posted yesterday that the last unit at Trace North is finally closed bringing the… Read More