100-Year-Old Exposed Brick in LQA for $155K

I am a sucker for condos with exposed brick and this 672 square foot unit in the Pittsburgh has more than most. The 1-bedroom, 1-bath condo with all that exposed brickage was listed just days ago for $155K. The Pittsburgh is a boutique building of 31 units that was built in 1907 and is located… Read More

Vintage Seattle profiles The Pittsburgh

Vintage Seattle profiles The Pittsburgh Condos: The Pittsburgh is quite impressive — in fact if I were looking for a small condo I’d probably be looking here. It is located just across the street from the Queen’s Court in Lower Queen Anne. The studio, one, and two-bedroom condos go for $150,000 to $450,000 with square… Read More

Writings elsewhere on Novelle, the Pittsburgh and Queen’s Court

Sabrina over on the Redfin Forums visited two open houses for conversion condos recently and I thought I’d post some links here for those interested in reviews of more affordable condos. Open house review: Novelle: All in all, I think the spaces were cute, bright, and well laid out, but it felt like a quickie… Read More

The Seattle Times on vintage condos

The Seattle Times has an article about all the recent conversion and ‘adaptive reuse’ projects, Throughout Seattle, vintage condos conserve character, and takes a look at the Pittsburgh and Trace Lofts. : A growing number of developers throughout the region and across the nation are rehabbing historic-lookingbuildings and turning them into new condos with an… Read More

Reader tours the Pittsburgh in LQA

A reader recently toured The Pittsburgh a conversion at 129 Warren that was originally built in 1907 and was kind enough to write in with the following: The unit for $150k is 255 sq ft. There are four studios in the building, and they are all on the ground floor. The largest is 404 sq… Read More