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Ballard Condo Conversions

By on June 21, 2007 in Ballard Condos, Real Estate with 3 Comments

The Northlake Group (website) recent converted several projects in the Ballard area. I haven’t personally seen these yet, but from the MLS photos, the developer has done a nice job with the renovations and finishes.

1430nw.jpg1430 NW 59th Street (map)

A 6-unit boutique condominium, originally constructed in 1968, the homes have been extensively renovated. Interior finishes include berber carpets, cherry cabinets, stainless steel appliances, slab granite countertops and in-unit washer and dryers.

Prices range from $269,900 for a 548 square foot studio to $429,900 for a 1,059 square foot 2-bedroom unit. Three of the homes come with reserved parking. Click for unit & pricing (PDF) information or view available listings with photos.

2818nw.jpg2818 Northwest 56th Street (map)

A 6-unit boutique condominium, originally constructed in 1969. Includes similar finishes to 1430 NW 59th above, but also includes deeded parking, CAT5 wiring and a complimentary plasma TV with each home.

Only 3 of the 6, one- and two-bedroom, units remain ranging in price from $249,900 to $399,900. Click for unit & pricing (PDF) information or to view available listings with photos.

2830 NW 56th Street (map)

2830nw.jpgOriginally constructed in 1968, this 4-level 20-unit building has been completely renovated. Located just north of Market street, homes offer views of the Ship Canal, large decks, slab granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer & dryer, parking and hardwood floors.

2830 NW includes 4 one-bedroom and 16 two-bedroom homes ranging in size from 503 to 907 square feet. Prices range from $299,900 to $499,900. Click for unit & pricing information or view available listings with photos.

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  1. Chris says:

    What defines a “boutique” condo?? Is it putting a more appealing spin on a former woody walk up apartment?

  2. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    In respects to condos, boutique is essentially a term to describe a small condo complex (# of units).

  3. Ted says:

    I used to live in 2830 NW 56th before it was turned into condos. The building was old and my balcony was sagging in the middle – I didn’t even feel safe standing on it. Those are so overpriced.

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