Spire is 20% Pending or Reserved and Reduces Unit Count
Spire, the 337-unit condo going up at 600 Wall St announced today that they are 20% pending or reserved which would mean that about half of the people with reservations moved forward. They also announced that they’re reducing their unit count to 337 from 352 to create some larger units.
From their press release:
The newly created floor plans now include larger homes located on floors 33 and above offering unobstructed westward views of Elliott Bay and/or northwest towards the Space Needle and beyond with vistas of the Olympic Mountains. These include:
-PENTHOUSE EE/FF – 3 Bedroom Plus Den / 3 Bathroom (~2,025 Sq. Ft. with 10-Ft. Ceilings) From the Mid-$3 Millions
-TOWER RESIDENCES AA/B – 4 Bedroom / 3.5 Bathroom (~2,635 Sq. Ft. with 9-Ft + 6-In. Ceilings) From the Mid-$4 Millions
-TOWER RESIDENCES AA – 3 Bedroom / 3 Bathroom (~1,825 Sq. Ft. with 9-Ft + 6-In. Ceilings) From the Low-$3 Millions
-TOWER RESIDENCES H/J – 2 Bedroom Plus Den / 2 Bathroom (~1,135 Sq. Ft. with 9-Ft + 6-In. Ceilings) From the Mid-$1 Millions
The three bedroom or larger floor plan series will also include penthouse specifications which are being finalized by the design team. These inspired kitchens will boast Pedini cabinets with real wood lowers and glass uppers, a double wall oven and gas cooktop by Wolf™, a side-by-side refrigerator by Subzero™ and a wine cooler (all as available per plan). Countertops will be natural stone including the island (if applicable) with matching full-height backsplash. All baths will include upgraded premium plumbing fixtures. Window walls will include electric blinds with automated controls and blackouts in the bedrooms. An integrated Smart Panel Padstyle system by Wipliance will include automated controls for lights, blinds and thermostat (with options for audio/visual coordination as a personal upgrade item). Closets will incorporate a choice of several pre-set modular organizers in premium finishes. Seller reserves the right to change the product offering without notice.
Pricing is now looking like: one bedrooms from the high $600,000s; one bedroom plus dens from the low $900,000s; and two bedrooms from the low $1 millions.