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New Condo Building Coming to Ballard - Salt
Salt: InHaus, the Developer of Solo Lofts in Ballard has announced that they will be constructing another condominium building in Ballard and it will be called Salt. According to Salt's marketing website, "Salt is a boutique collection of 38 bold BuiltGreen condominiums that are steps to the best Ballard has to offer. These 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes offer intelligent layouts and the highest quality finishes you’ll find in the area."
Carbon 56 Condos are Back on the Market in South Lake Union
Carbon 56 (South Lake Union): Carbon 56 is a condo conversion in South Lake Union that had unfortunate timing when the project was released for sale the first time in mid-2007. Months into their sales launch the recession hit and the project couldn’t sell the remaining 20 units out of the 56 total in the building.
New Construction- Vik Condominiums in Ballard
UPDATE Vik Condominiums (Ballard): Vik Condominiums is coming to Ballard and their sales center is open. They have junior one bds, one bds, one bds + den, 2 bds, and 2 bds + den. Prices start at $254,900. Nice modern finishes and bonuses like wine fridges and appliance garages in most units.
Condo Review – Austin Bell in Belltown
Austin Bell (Belltown): Austin Bell is a unique condominium building in Belltown because of its original historical brick façade that was maintained from the original construction back in 1909 but has updated interiors that were constructed new in 1998 when the building was built as condominiums.
Condo Review – Canal Station in Ballard
Canal Station (Ballard): Canal Station in Ballard is made up of 2 buildings but those buildings have separate Home Owner Associations, are managed by different property management companies but share common amenities. It is a unique set up. The buildings were completed in 2007/2008 just as the recession was hitting so originally saw several short sales and foreclosed units, but have been rebounding nicely ever since and recent sales have been moving quickly for the most part.
Condo Review - The Vine Condominiums in Belltown - Seattle Condo Review
The Vine (Belltown): UPDATE The Vine Condominiums is a two tower condo community on the northwest end of Belltown. It is close to the waterfront, Olympic Sculpture Park, Myrtle Edwards Park and the biking and running trail along the waterfront. It is also close to the amenities of Belltown, Lower Queen Anne and the Pike Place Market putting it just a few blocks from a plethora of restaurants, cafes, and events.
Condo Review - Mosler Lofts in Belltown - Seattle Condo Review
Mosler Lofts (Belltown): UPDATE Mosler Lofts is located on the quieter end of Belltown. It's a 12 story condo with 148 homes. There are mainly open one bedroom homes with exposed concrete walls and metal ducting for an industrial look and feel. The units have floor to ceiling windows, wood cabinetry, and hardwood floors. A handful of these homes are 2-story lofts with both exterior and interior entrances. Mosler Lofts was certified as a LEED Silver building .
Condo Review - Trace North and Trace Lofts in Captiol Hill
Trace North (Capitol Hill): Trace North is located on 12th Avenue in Capitol Hill, which is the heart of the Pike Pine corridor. Trace North was built new in 2007. Trace North part of a two building complex with Trace North being the more modern building while Trace Lofts has more of a warehouse feel.
Condo Review - Trace North and Trace Lofts in Captiol Hill
Trace Lofts (Capitol Hill): Trace Lofts is located on 12th Avenue in Capitol Hill, which is the heart of the Pike Pine corridor. Trace Lofts was converted from an old sewing machine warehouse into loft style condos. Some of the old warehouse equipment, doors, and plaques are used at art throughout the condo building and bring back some of the charm of yesteryear.
Seattle Condominiums with Concierge Staff
This article is highlighting buildings that feature concierge staff. A nice bonus for the residents, a concierge is there to collect your packages, greet your guests, and answer your questions about the building, call you a cab, make reservations at restaurants, amongst many other things. Click for a list of the bldgs.
Trio Condominiums in Belltown
Trio (Belltown): The Trio Condominiums were built during the new construction boom of 06/07 by Triad Development and was completed in 2008. It is located in Belltown on Western Ave between Denny Way and Bay Street. The building offers a mid-range level of finishes and building features, which makes it popular for the mid-price range buyers seeking newer constructed condos with modern touches and amenities.
East Boston Street Condominiums in Eastlake - Seattle Condo Review
East Boston Condos (Eastlake): The East Boston Street Condominiums are a small boutique condo building located in the popular Eastlake neighborhood. Being on the south east side of Lake Union it’s close to downtown, I-5, as well as the University of Washington to the North. With only 6 units it’s a great option for those seeking the conveniences of condo living but without the big condo building feel.
Condo Review - Brix Condominiums in Capitol Hill
Brix (Capitol Hill): Brix is one of the last new construction condos built in Capitol Hill and sits on the north end of Broadway in the heart of the action. The side of the building facing 10th has a more loft feel with 2 story units on the main level and a brick façade. The side facing Broadway has the more typical vibe for a condo building and has main level retail. The units are modern and slightly industrial in feel.
Condo Review - Belltown Lofts in Belltown
Belltown Lofts (Belltown): Belltown Lofts is both the conversion of a 1908 warehouse as well as the addition of newer building built in 2000. Current key point of interest, I feel, for this building is its potential future benefit from the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. This should drastically improve the curb appeal, increase light, and reduction of noise in the immediate area once the deep bore tunnel is complete and the viaduct is removed.
Condo Review - Madison East in Madison Valley
Madison East (Madison Valley): Madison East is a condominium building on E Madison Street in the heart of Madison Valley, sandwiched between Madison Park and Capitol Hill. The location is near several restaurants, bars, cafes, boutiques, and being near Lake Washington Boulevard make it an easy commute to 520 Bridge for east side commuters to Bellevue or Redmond for Microsoft. Madison Street also has good bus routes to downtown Seattle are also convenient.