Keller Williams Greater Seattle, Ben Kakimoto, Seattle Condo Agent

Weekly wrap-up

Heron and Pagoda Towers

The Seattle Times reports that Heron/Pagoda Towers developer Multi Capital Group has lost part of the property through foreclosure.

A developer who had proposed a $900-million, twin-tower development across Fifth Avenue from the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle has lost part of the property to foreclosure.

New York lender G4 Capital Partners took title to about half the site of the proposed Heron and Pagoda towers this week, according to county records. G4 had loaned an affiliate of New York developer Multi Capital Group $13.7 million to buy the property, but the affiliate defaulted.

Ashworth Cottages

A Pryde+Johnson development in the Green Lake neighborhood had sold only 2 of its 20 homes in the two years before the bank took over the development a few months ago. Since returning to market three weeks ago with steep discounts they’re now down to their last four units.

Even though they’re nearly closed out, Ashworth Cottage’s latest sales team is hosting its official Grand Opening on Saturday, November 14th with lattes from 11-1pm and hotdogs from 2-4pm.

European Tower

GIS International is bucking the trend and moving forward with pre-sales at its one-home per floor European Tower development. They’ve reduced prices significantly and re-launched their website.

Marselle Condominium

Marselle reports that they’ve sold 20 units last month and 13 owners have already moved into their new digs. Half of the homes are priced under $300,000.

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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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