Keller Williams Greater Seattle, Ben Kakimoto, Seattle Condo Agent

Spire Condominium – 2510 6th Avenue, Seattle

Rendering courtesy of Spire Condominium

The Spire Condominium is the newest high-end, high-rise residential building to grace the Seattle skyline. Developed by California-based Laconia Development, Spire has been a long-time in the making. Originally conceived as Icon Tower in 2006, it is rather gratifying to see it finally come to fruition.

Located at 2510 6th Avenue near Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, the sleek tower rises 41 stories on a relatively small foot print. A result of the lot size, Spire is the first high-rise condo building in Seattle to offer a fully automated parking garage. It is also targeting LEED Silver certification.

Currently, as of this writing, Spire is 44% sold and will clear the 50% milestone shortly given their rate of sales, with move-in beginning this week.

Homes & Features:

Spire incorporates 343 luxury homes of varying floor plans that are well-appointed. The homes are thoughtfully designed and laid-out, offering comfortably spacious homes.

  • One-bedroom / one-bath: 531 to 814 square feet starting from $485,000
  • One-bedroom + den / one-bath: 985 square feet with prices from $795,000
  • Two-bedroom / two-bath: 1,118 to 1,154 square feet starting from $1,090,000
  • Three-bedroom / three-bath: 1,822 to 2,616 square feet from $3,500,000

Individual home finishes and features include:

  • 9 to 10 feet ceiling heights
  • Large floor-to-ceiling windows with roller shades included
  • Bosch kitchen appliances that feature integrated refrigerator and dishwasher and a 5-burner cooktop
  • Pental quartz slab counters in kitchen and bath
  • Marbled porcelain backsplash
  • Pedini European-inspired cabinets with under lighting
  • Engineered hardwood and tiled flooring
  • Full-sized Whirlpool washer and dryer
  • Two color palette options – Dawn (lighter color on even numbered floors) and Dusk (darker color on odd numbered floors)
  • Internet providers – xFinity, Wave, CenturyLink


Spire Condominium offers a phenomenal level of amenities, which discerning homeowners will appreciate. Considering the size of the building, they were able to provide numerous amenities that are particularly beneficial for those who entertain, work and collaborate from home.

Spire Condo Seattle Fitness view
Space Needle View from Fitness Center
  • 1st Floor: Lobby & concierge, a lobby cafe, bike lockers and mail room with refrigerated storage for grocery deliveries
  • 3rd Floor: Co-working spaces with private offices and conference room, movement / yoga studio, movie theatre
  • 40th Floor: Residence lounge, club seating area, private dining room with exhibition kitchen
  • 41st Floor: Large, well-equipped fitness center, an expansive wrap-around deck with BBQ, several sitting areas and spectacular views and a dog relief area
  • Parking Level 1: Automated parking garage bays, valet lounge, EV charging stations, pet washing station

Spire incorporates an automated parking garage with 3 elevator bays. Owners drive into the garage and are directed to a parking bay. After exiting the vehicle, the system will maneuver the vehicle into the underground parking structure. On average, the system takes 3 minutes park the vehicle and 4 minutes to retrieve the vehicle. Additionally, there are several high-speed EV charging spaces located near the elevator bays.

Spire Condo Seattle Automated Parking System, courtesy of Spire Condominium

Options & Misc Information:

There are 266 parking space, which is amazing considering the size of the building, but logical given the design of the automated parking system. Parking spaces are included with a select home plans over $1,500,000. For other units, it is available as an optional purchase for homes priced over $690,000 at $75,000 per parking space.

Storage units are available in two sizes at $7,500 and $15,000 per unit.

Homes come with manual roller shades, though homebuyers may upgrade to automated roller system. A smart home automation and integrated entertainment system are also available.

Homeowner Association (HOA) dues run $0.93 per square foot of the unit’s size, which is reasonable considering the quality of the building, amenities and staffing. Additionally, there is a $100/mo maintenance fee for each individual parking space.

There is no rental cap, though there is a minimum rental period of 6-months.

The community is pet-friendly with a two-pet limit.


The Spire Condominium is located on the north end of Belltown at the confluence of Belltown, Uptown and the Regrade. Although one side of the building fronts Denny Way, the busy street is barely apparent from within the units.

To the north, current city zoning height restrictions provide Spire with unobstructed views towards Lake Union and Mount Baker beyond. To the west, the Spire is situated away from the denser part of Belltown allowing for more spacious views towards the Space Needle and Olympic Mountains. The southerly views offer an urban cityscape.

Its location provides easy access to the downtown business and retail core, South Lake Union and transportation options.

For more information about the Spire Condominium or other new condo buildings, or to arrange a tour, please contact our condo specialist.

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Spire Condo Seattle Living Room View
Spire Condo Seattle Living Room View
Spire Condo Open Living Space
Spire Condo Seattle Open Living Area
Spire Condo Seattle Kitchen
Spire Condo Seattle Kitchen
Spire Condo Seattle Bath
Spire Condo Seattle Bath
Spire Condo Seattle Roof Top rendering
Spire Condo Seattle Roof Top Deck, rendering courtesy of Spire Condominium.

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About the Author

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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