As we reported on back in November of last year, Canadian Developer, the Burrard Group, was hoping to develop a 40 story condo tower at 1200 Howell in the Denny Triangle.
According to the DJC and PSBJ, the Burrard Group, out of Vancouver BC, has plans to construct a condominium tower in Seattle's Denny Triangle at 1200 Howell St. If this tower [...]
Two New High Rise Towers in Denny Triangle May be Bigger than Expected – View Obstruction Advisory for Insignia Condominiums
In a previous post I discussed the potential view obstructions to the west of the new south tower at Insignia from a new proposed 24 story condo building in Belltown at [...]
Seattle condo review: Insignia sales update. Insignia started sales on its north tower 6 weeks ago and has, to date, sold 100 units. See photos and read an update of this Seattle condo development.
Seattle condo review: Demolition on Amazon's new building site in Denny Triangle. See photos and read an update on the new Amazon high-rise in Denny Triangle.
Seattle condo review: Seattle's Insignia Towers gets second construction crane installed. These cranes will help complete the two 41 story condo towers. See photos and read a review on this upcoming Seattle development.
“By the time this is ready to sell, (Seattle) is going to be every bit as good of a market as San Francisco”
Seattle condo review: Read the words of Nat Bosa as he shares part of his rationale for the 41-story, twin tower, Insignia condo project currently under construction in the Denny Triange.
Seattle condo review: Amazon's new towers in Denny Triangle will be neighbors to several Seattle condos. A quick look at what the new upcoming Seattle condo development may look like.
Seattle condo review: Insignia to be the first new Seattle condo to break ground in 5 years. Work has started in the Denny Triangle for up to two 41-story residential towers. Read more on this upcoming Seattle condo development.
Seattle condo review: Cosmopolitan's views under attack (again)? Looks like the Cosmopolitan, which suffered from a loss of views by a taller project a couple of years ago, may be affected yet again by another construction project.