Art Stable Shell Back on the Market

Tom Kundig designed Art Stable in South Lake Union still has an entire floor, 4,000 square feet, of undeveloped space available for you to build your own custom condo. Unit 400 is listed at $2.15m. Built in 2010 this unit has been on and off the market a ton since then. We’ve actually been inside… Read More

Art Stable Resale, $265k Cheaper!

Last August someone bought unit 600 at Art Stable, the Kundig designed building in South Lake Union, for $1,565,000. Today it hit the market, still as a shell, at $1.3m. Ouch! While someone got in over their heads, you can get a good deal. We toured the building about a year ago, here’s our photos… Read More

And The Honor Awards Went To…

Last night AIA Seattle announced the winners for the Honor Awards for Washington Architecture. According to the release, 17 out of 140 projects were recognized with the following four receiving Honor Awards: Art Stable by Olson Kundig Architects, which was unanimously well-received by the jurors, one of whom felt the project “improved the standing of… Read More

One Left at…

Over the weekend, the Seattle Times had a write-up on Chris Rogers of Point 32. It describes Chris Roger’s past and current projects, but it also reminded me that there’s only one left at Point 32′s completed South Lake Union development, Art Stable. You know where else there is only one unit left for sale?… Read More

What is the Deal with Art Stable’s View?

Regular readers of this blog may have noticed that when Urbnlivn blogs about Art Stable, the subject of impending loss of view surfaces. Each time, I’ve poked around the DPD site trying to locate the land use notice to learn more about what’s coming but have always come up empty — I blame the search… Read More

Interesting Sales Last Week

Last week, 24 condos and townhouses sold in Seattle including these new construction transactions: 516 Yale Ave N #600 The unfinished loft shell on the 6th floor of Art Stable sold for $1.565M. When Urbnlivn first took note in 2008, it was listed for $1.85M but had since been reduced to its current selling price… Read More

Mad Homes Before New Apartments

The Mad Homes art exhibit in four pre-salvage homes on Capitol Hill has been profiled in CHS Blog and the Stranger, and the most extensive round of photos I’ve seen so far is on Apartment Therapy. So if you somehow aren’t planning to catch the exhibit in person before Aug 7 (which would be a… Read More

Open Houses This Weekend

Boy it is nice outside today! This is the sunny weather that makes the locals happy and visitors want to live here — and so might one of these compelling condos from the 107 condos and townhouses that are offering open houses this weekend. Art Stable (516 Yale Ave N) Sunday, 1-4PM A visit to… Read More

Art Stable Back on the MLS

The two remaining units at Art Stable are back on the MLS after taking a break for a month or so. Notable is that the listing agent is now Jane Powers of Ewing & Clark, Inc. Formerly it was Catherine Adams of Windermere. Unit 400: 3,983 sq. ft. for $2.19m Unit 200: 2,235 sq. ft…. Read More

Art Stable Photos & Video

Move over Union Arts Co-Op as the fanciest artist live/work building in Seattle, Art Stable, has you beat. Art Stable is a 7 unit condo in South Lake Union and has only two units left: #600 – 2,237 sf – $1.565m #400 – 4,000 sf – $2.2m We stopped by today for a tour and… Read More

Art Stable in South Lake Union Almost Sold Out

I don’t know how I completely missed this project but Tom Kundig has designed a building going up South Lake Union (just north of REI) called the Art Stable. The building is a Point 32 project and is under construction and has pre-sold 4 of the 5 units which are being sold as unfinished shells…. Read More