A new 24-Story condo tower planned for First Hill at 1321 Seneca St.
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GIS International takes initial steps to breath life back into its hotel/condo project in the Denny Triangle neighborhood.
Insignia is getting set for their grand opening later this month, and other info, from the Puget Sound Business Journal
HomeStreet Bank is looking to finance new condo developments in Seattle.
Bellevue Towers, one of the region’s largest and most luxurious condo developments, has reached the 90% sold level with just 56 homes remaining.
Downtown Seattle’s luxury condominium tower, 1521 Second, is down to its final home for sale.
The Olive 8 Condominium in downtown Seattle reaches a milestone – 95% sold with just 12 new homes remaining.
Seattle’s ultra luxury condominium tower, Fifteen Twenty-One, is now 97% sold with four homes remaining.
The Marselle Condominium sells out! Seattle’s other remaining new construction condo developments are also experiencing brisk sales and are close to selling out as well.
Bellevue Towers, the region’s largest and fastest selling condo project this year, has now reached the two-thirds sold mark.
Isola Homes recently broke ground on a boutique condominium development in the Phinney / Greenwood neighborhood at 6800 Greenwood Avenue.
May reflected another busy month for Seattle’s condo market with year-over-year increases in median sales prices, pending transactions and closed sales volume.
Salt Condo in Ballard converts to apartments
Two of Seattle’s landmark condo towers, Escala and the soon to be completed Insignia, may be welcoming new, larger neighbors in the near future.
Seattle’s condo market lifted off into the stratosphere last month with near record median sales prices and unit sales volume.
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