Civic Square By Bosa Will Now Be a 57 Story Skyscraper

Seattle new condo update: Bosa Development's Civic Square condominium tower will now be a 57 story skyscraper rather than the initially planned 43 stories. Pricing and sell dates coming soon.

Two Daniels Real Estate Condominium Developments in Seattle

Review of two new Seattle condo developments, 800 Columbia on First Hill and The Emerald near Pike Place Market, both by Daniels Real Estate. Completion and sales dates will be announced soon.

Seattle Approves Bosa Purchase of Civic Square Site – Condos are Coming

Bosa Development, the developer of Insignia Condominiums in Belltown, has received approval from the city of Seattle for long-delayed Civic Square project in Downtown, which will bring new condos.

Wondering What All the Cranes Are Building Downtown?

Seattle condo construction updates: Gridiron, the building located next to the stadiums, NEXUS, and 1631 2nd Avenue. There is also a new condo development called Hendon in Phinney Ridge.

NEXUS 75% Sold

Seattle new condo market update: NEXUS Seattle is 75% sold as of March 2017. Following the conversion of the reservations and their grand opening event, 286 of the 382 condo homes are sold,

NEXUS Ground Breaking

Seattle condo update: NEXUS Seattle condos groundbreaking. The condos were developed to create a new neighborhood in Downtown Seattle with walkability, transportation and proximity to job centers.

NEXUS Will Open Sales Center & Model Home in March

NEXUS condominiums in Seattle, breaking ground in February 2017 and completing in 2018, announced that they will open their sales center and model condominium next month in March.

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Tentative Deal Reached for Bosa to Buy Civic Square Project and Build Condos

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.

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