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Aspen Condo – Greenwood


The Aspen Condominium on 76th & Greenwood Avenue is the newest conversion project in Seattle’s northend. Orginally constructed in 1989, Aspen is a small community of 24 affordable studio, two & three-bedroom flats & townhomes.

From the few units already completed, it looks like the developers gave a lot of thought to layout, color scheme and finishes. Homes include:

  • Granite slab counter tops in kitchen & bath
  • Custom cabinetry in kitchen & bath
  • Stainless steel appliances, sized for the smaller floor plans
  • Contemporary fixtures
  • New carpeting
  • Stackable washer & dryer
  • Warm color palette

Did I mention smaller floor plans? Homes range from a cozy 335 sq ft studio to a 750 sq ft three-bedroom unit. However, the model two-bedroom flat had a good flow and seemed larger than it’s 690 sq ft footprint. On the other hand, a 750 sq ft three bedroom townhome may feel a bit constricting.

Aspen is located close to the Phinney-Greenwood business district with an easy walk to antique stores, many quaint retail stores, a coffee house and a hardware store.

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About the Author: Ben Kakimoto is a Seattle condo and urban real estate marketing & listing specialist. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market or about buying or selling a Seattle area condo. Find Ben on Twitter and Facebook. .


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  1. Jon Strong says:

    I’m interested in terms on 2 bedroom units available for purchase. I am a realtor in AZ with client in Seattle looking for units like yours. Thank you for your prompt response.
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  2. Your Friendly Neighborhood Advisor says:

    I lived in this building before the conversion and unless they did some major soundproofing improvements, I would steer far clear of this place. Not only did I have to listen to people screaming next door but the hallways often smelled of Beef Stroganoff or some other nasty concoction that the neighbors were cooking up. I wouldn’t recommend the Aspen Condos to my worst enemy.

  3. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    YFNA – thanks for taking the time to comment. The issue you bring up with Aspen really is no different with many other conversion projects, but certainly something buyers may want to take into consideration. And, aroma and noise are encountered in condo-grade projects as well…not something only attributable to Aspen.

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