According to new data from S&P Case-Shiller National Home Price Index, Seattle is now the hottest real estate market in the nation. Seattle's home prices rose 11% between September 2015 and 2016.
Mayor Ed Murray has announced that the city has reached a tentative deal with Bosa Development, the developer of Insignia Condominiums in Belltown, for the long-delayed Civic Square project in Downtown Seattle.
On the site that now houses US Bank at 2401 3rd Ave, on the corner of 3rd Ave and Battery St in Belltown, a new condominium building is being planned. According [...]
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Two new Vulcan towers in South Lake Union. Currently housing Vulcan’s South Lake Union Discovery Center and the Denny Playfield, the lot on the corner of Westlake and Denny will soon be developed. See photos and read about this upcoming Seattle development.
400 foot residential tower near Belltown and Pike Place Market. According to the PSBJ, Continental Properties, the developer of the Cosmopolitan Condominiums downtown, just purchased a lot on 2nd Avenue and Virginia Street near the Pike Place Market with plans to build a 400 foot tall residential tower. See photos and read about this upcoming Seattle development.
Seattle condo review: The Seattle condo neighborhoods Denny Triangle and South Lake Union are likely to experience view obstructions due to the Enso- Construction. The 2200 Condominiums located at Denny and Westlake and Enso Condominiums located on Blanchard and Westlake are the most likely to be affected.
Seattle condo review: New Melrose Promenade proposed on Capitol Hill. The Melrose Promenade will forever change the look and feel of the western edge of Capitol Hill. The site for the new promenade is located along a one mile stretch of Melrose Ave and bounded by Pike Street to the south and Lakeview Blvd to the north.