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200 West Highland Hard Hat Tour

This afternoon Lorig Associates hosted a special tour of its exclusive 200 West Highland condominium (website) development located across from Kerry Park. The tour provided the opportunity to walk the building to get a feel for the home designs & features, building amenities, property layout and views.

The boutique development features just 25 two- and three-bedroom homes that range in size between 1,499 and 2,852 square feet. Two of the homes are unique, located on street level, as they are accessible through a semi-private interior lobby as well as an exterior entrance. Both of these “garden homes” also have sizable landscaped terraces.

Currently, workers are framing the interior walls of the penthouse level, so there’s still quite a bit of work to be done. Completion is anticipated for this Fall, most likely in December.

Living area of Penthouse 501, 11′ ceilings:
View from Penthouse 502 towards downtown:
Penthouse view
Open living area of Home 401, 9′ ceilings:
Home 401
Private garden terrace of Home 107, view from street:
Garden space

For additional home details & images, please see our 200 West Highland post.

Homes begin at $1,230,000 and range up to $3,980,000 for the Southeast corner penthouse. Currently, three of the homes have been spoken for. While the homes are available for purchase, with a 5% earnest money down payment, Lorig is not actively promoting pre-sales, preferring to market once homes are more fully developed. Interestingly, the developer is not providing upgrade or customization options.

Lorig has developed a number of other Queen Anne properties including the Victoria Condominium and Townhomes across the street from 200 West Highland, the Willis Condominium and Queen Anne High School.

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  1. Upstart says:

    Those will be nice to see when completed – the view is beautiful :)

  2. biff says:

    Good for Lorig. Upgrades on big projects usually cost more than the headache is worth. Olive 8 has too many options and getting the correct fixtures for each floor at the right time and finding the staging space is a herculean task. Making matters worse, many buyers read an issue of Metropolitan Home and think they know how to put together a place. Trace Lofts also dismissed upgrades. At 2200 Westlake one buyer purchased two units then combined them -people I know who worked on it stated the one buyer caused as much trouble as an entire project typically causes.

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