The Danielle and 1111 E. Pike Condominiums are close to selling out with just three homes left at each development. Marselle & Hjarta are over 75% sold and the Pontedera reduced prices significantly.
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The Fifteen Twenty-One Condominium in downtown Seattle tops the list of the top ten 2011 most expensive Seattle condo sales.
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.
Sales and pricing updates at the 200 West Highland, 7800 Plaza and the Hjarta Condominium. Trace North is closing out with just 15 homes left.
744 Harvard’s huge price reductions, Marselle’s new campaign, Hjarta and 200 West Highland relaunch, Matrix’s annual survey findings.
With a new marketing team, Queen Anne’s 200 West Highland Condominium will relaunch on Tuesday, November 16, 2010.
200 West Highland will not face foreclosure as previously reported, sales to continue per Lorig Associates.
After a change in ownership, Queen’s Court is making a run to close out its remaining units with another price cut and getting FHA/VA approval.
200 West Highland has begun closing, Marselle is hitting its sales stride and Ruby is looking to close out strong.
Leona Condominium is down to its last unit, a 3-story 2-bedroom brownstone townhome.
Hyde Condos in Seattle’s Phinney neighborhood is now pre-selling units.
Another Canadian company is eyeing Seattle for development with a condominium tower in the Denny Triangle area of downtown at 1200 Howell.
October proved to be another stellar month for Seattle’s condominium market as prices continued to soar and sales held steady.
Just listed: Gorgeous and exquisitely appointed penthouse at Avenue One with downtown skyline and waterfront views.
The Gridiron Condos in Pioneer Square begins pre-sales with 50% of its initial release inventory already reserved.
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