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Expo62 (formerly 2nd + John)

Update Jan 2008: The project has been sold and will be developed as apartments instead of condos.

Expo 62 (2nd & John) will consist of 113 townhomes, flats and work/live lofts across the street from the Seattle Center.

Read updated review at: Expo 62 – Lower Queen Anne (4/23/07).

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  1. Mike says:

    Have any other pictures? Weber Thompson is the architect on this project, but they make no mention of expo 62 on their site yet.

  2. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    Mike – I this is the only image I have. It’s an early rendering so design of the building may change by the time they officially introduce it to the public.

  3. Nick says:

    Instead of signing away any further rights by accepting the rescission agreement I opted to contact a lawyer.

    There are at least two versions of the PSA, one with a specified date of rescission – Jan. 15th – and one without. Fortunately I purchased into Expo 62 early enough to have received the latter contract. BUT, I suspect that Intracorp may have blown this stipulated date as I know I received my rescission agreement on the 18th postmarked – and this is the critical date – the 16th.

    Language in the contract stipulates that Intracorp must make a “good-faith” effort to complete the sale – clearly they did not.

    The pricing for my unit was offered below market-value. As such, I feel that by failing to close this sale I am out an appreciable sum.

    Further, I feel insulted and irritated by Intracorp’s miserly offer of compensation- 10K off my next Intracorp purchase – and the, to date, 4 phone calls asking my fiancée to send in the rescission agreement, the 3 latter calls made after she clearly stated we needed time to review the document.

    As such I feel it is wholly appropriate to pursue legal remedy. The attorney I have spoken with is interested in possibly pursuing a class-action suit against Intracorp.

    If you are interested in what legal standing your case may have please contact me via email: and I will pass your information along to my attorney.

    In the interest of full disclosure, I happen to work at a condo law firm. This is the firm I’ve gone to for legal advice.

  4. Nick says:

    I just wanted to take a second to let everyone know that Intracorp met with me and my fiancée today. Together we came to a satisfactory resolution of our issues with them. We are both now happy with how this situation has worked out.


  5. bah says:

    I’m sure we’d all be curious as to how they made good. :)

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