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Sunday Seattle Times – Move in now!

By February 11, 2008

1, 1521, Ava, Azul Flats, Brix, Domaine, Equinox, Escala, Fini, Gallery, Marc Anna, Olive 8, Pioneer Square Lofts, Serana, The Parc

Alrighty, no more buying the paper on Super Bowl weekend. Here’s the re-cap of ads in this past weekend’s Sunday Seattle Times:

1 Hotel Residences: Grand opening coming soon. Now selling. Occupancy 2010. It’s a lifestyle many desire but only a fortunate few will call their own.

1521: Occupancy 2008. Final purchase opportunity happening now. Call for your private preview. (They need more contrast in their ad. Its hard to read.)

5th and Madison: Move in Now. From $500s to $1.1 million. Penthouse available at $1,950,000

Ava: Now accepting priority reservations. Experience the ZING of vibrant downtown living from the ZEN of your own private sanctuary in the city. Occupancy 2011.

Azul Flats: Move in now! $240,000 – $449,000.

Brix: Move in summer 2008. Priced from the $300’s – $600’s

Equinox: Homes from the mid-200’s to the $800’s. An amazing in city location. More value in every square inch. Urban ease of the Eastlake neighborhood. (I’m not making this stuff up, it gushes!)

Escala: New sales release now available. Mid $500,000 to more than $5 million. Occupancy 2009. (More than $5 mil. Wow! New sales release? Double wow!)

Gallery: Move in Summer 2008. From $300’s-1.5 million. Sure to find a home that inspires you.

Marc Anna: When your address means everything. Restored timeless classic.

Mosler: They had an open house Sunday. Bummer, I should have gone.

Olive 8: Occupancy late 2008. 00 floor plan starts at $1,195,000

Some folks have moved to the small print classifieds:

Domaine: Now selling! (Watch out they’re try to sell the whole building too!)

Fini: Move-in Now! (This is not urban living.)

The Parc: Move in now. 90% sold.

Pioneer Square Lofts: $585,000 – $1,250,000 (How many lofts are there in Pioneer Square? Could they not have picked a better name?)

Serana: Own for LESS than renting! Up to $10,000 toward rate buy down.

And Windermere has a nice inspiring ad, “Your home is a great long-term investment. Despite news stories to the contrary, the real story of home ownership remains one of steadily increasing value.” Followed by an appreciation chart from 2000.

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