Located on the north end of Belltown and only two blocks away from the new Olympic Sculpture Park is the Concord condo. Built in 2000, Concord is a two tower 13 story building designed by Driscoll Architects, a local firm who also designed The Meridian on First Hill.
If you are in that neighborhood, it’s hard to miss Concord’s appealing outdoor water features on both side of the entrance. The exterior architectural design is very “Vancouver-ish” with lots of glass and sturdy concrete. Large windows can be seen from all sides of the building allowing a good amount of sunlight into most of the units.
Concord has a diverse selection of floor plans ranging from studios, one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom and 7 penthouse suites. All units have access to decks or balconies with penthouse units having their own private roof deck.
Units feature high end finishes, granite slab countertops and stainless steel appliances. How could we not have any of these finishes nowadays? Overall, a solid high-end condo that, despite it’s numerous young competitors, has continued to prove itself over the years as one of the most desired condos in Seattle.
– Comprehensive amenities and premium construction
– Proven track record with regards to high physical quality of the building as well as consistently strong resale market demand
– Walking distance to the Sculpture Park
– Higher floor westerly face units have unobstructed view of the Puget sounds
– Price per square feet is higher than most condos built around the same time.
– A bit further from Belltown core than other Belltown condos.
Exterior: Very good
Interior: Very good
View: Very good
Amenities: Very good
Overall: Very good
How does Concord compares to Bellora? Read more.