The Park 12, a new luxury 12-unit townhome development in Bellevue, begins pre-sales.
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Bellevue Towers, one of the region’s largest and most luxurious condo developments, has reached the 90% sold level with just 56 homes remaining.
The three remaining new construction condominiums in downtown Bellevue are experiencing strong sales activity this year with Bellevue Towers leading the pack.
Bellevue condo sales are just as active as Seattle with Bellevue Towers starting the year off strong, One Main Street closing out and more homes released at Washington Square.
Bellevue Towers starts 2012 off with limited release pricing on select homes up to 40% below original list prices.
Bellevue’s One Main Street Condos, just south of the Downtown Bellevue Park, is now 82% sold with just 10 one-bedroom homes remaining.
Bellevue Towers tops the region’s new construction condo sales with 144 homes sold and closed in 2011.
The Escala Condominium has obtained full Fannie Mae approval, new land use approvals that may affect Belltown condos, Queen Anne High School lawsuit and project updates.
Washington Square Condominium is 66% sold and its developer is moving forward with plans to develop the 10.5 acre superblock project in downtown Bellevue.
Trace North sells out and Enso is down to its final 2 homes! Escala and Bellevue Towers continue to experience strong sales in the luxury condo market.
The Seattle citywide condo median sales price increased 11.53% last month amid slowing sales and declining inventory.
The Seattle condominium market continued to perform well with October exhibiting strong sales volume and a 12.77% increase in the median sales price, year-over-year.
The completion of LUMA Condominium on First Hill helped push the median Seattle condo sales price to a new record high even as sales begin to taper off.
A new luxury boutique condominium, The Odessa, planned for Madison Park.
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