Keller Williams Greater Seattle, Ben Kakimoto, Seattle Condo Agent

Sneak Peeks 2

Sneak Peaks 2 takes a look at several proposed projects. None of these are certain and may never come to fruition. Nevertheless, it’s a chance to see what’s may lie in Seattle’s future.

5th & Bell (site of Teatro Zinzanni):

Project consists of two 32-story towers on top of an 8-story base with plans for 640 residential units, 34,000 sq ft of retail space and 1,063 parking spaces. This project’s proposed completion is 2010.

2nd & Pike:

The proposed project is a mixed-use 35-story building with 200 residential units, retail and below-grade parking.

420 Queen Anne Avenue N:

This proposal is to develop a mixed use six-story building with approximately 1,800 sq. ft. of ground floor retail, 23 residential units of floors two through five, and below-grade parking for approximately 28 vehicles. Not sure if this is a condo or apartment building.

715 E. Pine St:

Proposed for the BMW Seattle site in the Pike/Pine Corridor. The project is 6-stories with 208 residential units, 50,000 sq ft of commercial space and parking for 190 vehicles.

809 Olive Way:

This 27-story project is an apartment not a condo. So, why add it here? It’s proposed for the site across the street from Olive 8 to the east thus blocking Olive 8 in with Qwest Plaza on the west side. Not sure if it’s an condo or apartment.
8th & Pine:

Not much is known about this project, but the zoning changes allow for a 45-story condo/hotel project (180 condo units). One of the partners is Vancouver, BC-based Executive Hotel & Resorts and the other is the CEO of Zones. If constructed, the 8th & Pine building will overshadow Olive 8 on the south end, completely boxing in Olive 8.

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About the Author: Ben Kakimoto is a Seattle condo and urban real estate marketing & listing specialist. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market or about buying or selling a Seattle area condo. Find Ben on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. .

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