The Civic Square project in Downtown Seattle has been riddled with delays since the project began and it continues to be today. A history lesson on this project: 2005: the building [...]
The Emerald Condominiums in Downtown Seattle now has a Sales Center and will be scheduling private appointments starting February 23rd where potential buyers will be able to enter into a [...]
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 [...]
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.
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.
New condo tower planned for 2nd Avenue in downtown Seattle, which will include 498 new condos and ground floor retail. This new condo development will be near the Pike Place Market, across the street from Fifteen Twenty-one condos and the Fischer Studio condominium building.
New Seattle condo update: the tower rising up at 121 Stewart St right by the Pike Place Market in Downtown Seattle will be The Emerald condominiums. The 365 condominiums in 40 stories will begin selling in early 2019.
We have received multiple questions about the potential local improvement district (LID) assessment for the waterfront improvements that would affect some property owners in Downtown Seattle, Belltown and South Lake Union.