The tower we wrote about back in May, that will be constructed on the small triangle lot between 8th Ave, Bell St and Denny Way where Shilla Restaurant once operated, will [...]
Seattle condo market update: potential new condo building coming to South Lake Union. The building will be 39 stories with 286 residential condo units. Development is planned for summer 2018.
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.
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 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.
Seattle condo market update: 2200 Westlake Condos in South Lake Union receive PERS approval making lending more accessible and creating a great sellers market for Seattle condo owners.
NEXUS Condominiums is reporting a very strong turn out to their grand open reservation event this past weekend. We attended a preview event last week, and so far the offering of condos at NEXUS sounds very compelling. With two other condo projects nearing their completion and closings this summer (Insignia Condominiums and Luma Condominiums) it's not surprising there is demand for another high-end luxury condo community in the downtown core.
If you were considering reserving a condominium when NEXUS is released on June 4th, they have now released floorplans, pricing and what the reservation process will entail.
According to the email we just received from the marketing/sales team over at NEXUS Condominiums, they will begin accepting reservations starring at 11am on Saturday June 4th. Along with the reservation [...]
They are touting the location of Nexus at 1200 Howell as being in "Seattle's new multi-billion dollar urban living core" and comparing it to peer markets like SOMA in San Francisco.