Emerald Construction Update

The Emerald sales team provided us with some photos of current construction work taking place on the 39th floor amenity level. These photos show the amazing views of Mount Rainier, Puget [...]

The Emerald Partnership with the Thompson Hotel Expands Parking Options

Image by Steelblue The Emerald, located at 121 Stewart Street, has forged a partnership with the Thompson Hotel next door to provide expanded parking options for future owners. For [...]

The Emerald Condominiums Are Getting Ready to Start Sales

  The Emerald Condominiums in Downtown Seattle now has a Sales Center and will be scheduling private appointments starting February 23rd where potential buyers will be able to enter into a [...]

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Floorplans Released for The Emerald Condominiums in Seattle

The Emerald Condominiums in Downtown Seattle, located at 121 Stewart St, has released floorplans and views. They plan to begin sales in early 2019. Basic Details: 40 story tower Studios on [...]

Design for Chromer Building Condominium Tower Released

The new condominium tower, that we mentioned in a blog post in August, that will be constructed in Downtown Seattle where the Chromer building now stands at 1516 2nd Avenue has [...]

Unique Condo Offering Coming Soon to Downtown Seattle – First Light by Westbank

It’s not often I truly get excited about a condominium project that is coming down the pipeline, but after a recent trip to Vancouver to personally meet the developer, Ian Gilespi [...]

Westbank’s Skyscraper at 2000 3rd Ave Will Be Condos Called First Light

New Seattle condo construction update: Westbank's skyscraper at 2000 3rd Ave will be new condos called First Light. This new condominium development in Seattle will feature 459 condos and a rooftop pool, among other luxury amenities.

The Shift from Building Apartments to Building Condos

The Seattle shift from building apartments to building condos: for the last few years, the only residential developments being built in Seattle were apartments, minus a few outliers like Insignia and Gridiron, but we are starting to see a flood of new condominium projects hitting the scene again.

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