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Top Ten Seattle Condo Sales for 2014

By on January 21, 2015 in Feature, Real Estate with 0 Comments
Top Ten Seattle Condo Sales for 2014

The Four Seasons Private Residences tops the list with four of the top ten most expensive condo sales of 2014, though there were greater diversity in buildings and neighborhoods compared to prior years.

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Listing: Epic Condo — 412 11th Ave #407, Seattle

By on April 18, 2010 in Listing, Real Estate
Listing: Epic Condo — 412 11th Ave #407, Seattle

Upscale two-bedroom, two-bath SE corner unit with sweeping views of Mt. Rainier and cityscape.

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8th and Seneca Condo – First Hill

8th and Seneca Condo – First Hill

Levin Menzies, the developer behind Icon Tower, is planning another project on First Hill at 8th and Seneca. The $112 million two-tower project will feature 294 condominium homes aimed towards Gen-Xers, empty nesters and Asian immigrants accustomed to high-rise living and will incorporate a Feng Shui design. First time I’ve seen that demographic mentioned in…

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The Friday Round-up 6/29

By on June 29, 2007 in First Hill Condos, Real Estate with 0 Comments

Landes I previously reported that the developer of Landes on First Hill, Harbor Properties, was feeling out the market to determine whether to develop the project as condos or apartments. Now, it appears Landes will, indeed, be apartments. This is the third formerly proposed condo project to opt for other uses. Goodwill Property The Supplemental…

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The Betsy Ross Condo – Capitol Hill

The Betsy Ross Condo – Capitol Hill

Built in 1928, the quaint Betsy Ross Condominium (website) radiates with character and charm of a time long passed. Pioneer Properties, developer of the Nord and Queen’s Court, is readying the building and upgrading the units for their upcoming sales later this Spring. The three-story building, located at 1120 17th Ave (map) will be home…

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Downtown Tidbits

Downtown Tidbits

Escala Escala broke ground this morning. I didn’t stick around for the ground breaking but I did tour the recently completed 2,600 sq ft penthouse model unit; it’s impressive. 8th and Pine 300+ unit condominium, completion expected for 2009. Seneca Towers A 7- and 24-story tower project with 210 residences ranging from 450 to 1,600…

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Nine Cherry Square – First Hill

Nine Cherry Square – First Hill

Nine Cherry Square is a recent conversion on First Hill. The 6-story brick, steel & concrete building at 905 Cherry Street, Seattle (map) includes 41 studios, one- and two-bedroom rooms. Prices range from $177,000 to $449,000. Sales staff indicates they sold nine-units in the first six hours that homes were released for pre-sale. Standard features…

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The Decatur Condominiums

The Decatur Condominiums

Mid-century elegance is the most apt description of the Decatur Condominiums on Seattle’s historic First Hill neighborhood. Designed by the famed Space Needle architect John Graham Jr. in 1950, the Decatur is being restored and converted to condominium homes by the Wysong Group (e.g. Tobira, The Press). The 13-story building at 1105 Spring Street (corner…

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Sneak Peek – Landes Condo

Sneak Peek – Landes Condo

Landes is the newest community planned for First Hill at 8th and Marion. Landes is named after Seattle’s first & only woman mayor, Bertha Knight Landes, who was elected in 1926. Construction is expected to start around Spring 2007. Update: The developer is contemplating developing the project as apartments rather than condos, though the building…

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The Decatur Apartment Conversion

The Decatur Apartments on Spring Street & Boren Avenue on First Hill is slated for conversion in 2007. The Wysong group which recently purchased the Empress Apartments (future Tobira Condominiums) is also behind the Press & Kirkland’s Mira projects. Decatur’s 146 units that range from 540 to 830 square feet are expected to be marketed…

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