Hendon Condominiums in Phinney Ridge is down to 6 units. To hopefully sell out the remaining units, they are having a 72 hour sale from this Friday 1/11 through Sunday 1/13 [...]
403 13th, a new construction condominium building in Capitol Hill on the corner of 13th Ave E and E Harrison St, has released their floorplans and will be ready for move [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Seattle condo update on Spire Condominiums in Belltown: 88 out of 350 new condos have been sold. This new 41-story Seattle condo development features high ceilings, walls of windows, and numerous luxury and energy efficiency upgrades.
Seattle condos: Gridiron Condominiums, the condominium project constructed next to Century Link stadium in Pioneer Square, is rare in that it is offering 12 income restricted condo units for sale.
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.
Fannie Mae recently changed their condominium lending guidelines, which can effect the process for Seattle condo buyers. These changes were meant to simplify policies and increase underwriting flexibility. We outline some of the most beneficial changes.
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.