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200 West Highland Update

By on January 8, 2008 in Queen Anne Condos, Real Estate with 4 Comments

200 West Highland condominium project on Queen Anne’s South slope recently updated their website Buyers can now view floor plans, home features and general information about the project.

The project’s 25 condominium homes range in size from 1,500 to just over 2,800 square feet and are offered from $1.23 million to $4 million. The building is located across from Kerry Park and will provide homeowners the same exceptional views of downtown Seattle and Elliott Bay.

200 West Highland is anticipating occupancy this Fall. Interested buyers should consult with their agent to schedule an appointment at the project’s Presentation Center located in near the Pike Place Market at 2025 1st Avenue.


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  1. Nick says:

    If only I had the money. uuuggghh!~! Such is life. I would love to live here, good transit, good neighborhood, good views!! The list goes on!

  2. Michael says:

    Their website states their love for “cherished landmark buildings”.

    What a crock of shit. There was a gorgeous apartment building on that site from the early 20th century. It was torn down so that Queen Anne could become even more exclusive to the rich. My friend lived there and it was such a beautiful place. Now we have one less cherished landmark building and one more over priced condo.

    Great job Seattle!

  3. uptown says:


    The building that was replaced had major problems; the east brick wall was actually buckling out. As it was only a brick exterior, they probably would have had to strip the most of the brick off to make repairs. That would have been on top of the cost of updating a 70 year old interior (doorways, hallways not wide enough for code; plaster-on-lath failing; etc…).

    The renters could have bought and gone coop if they hade wanted to…it sold for a song compared to today’s prices.

  4. Starr says:

    Um… What’s the deal with this place? I thought you all were planning on it being ready for the fall. It looks like you are not even close. Is there any updated information about this building?

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