It features 12 foot windows, chefs kitchen and private rooftop. The owners asking price was $825,000 with a final sales price of $835,000.
There is a new penthouse at Royal Manor on First Hill. There are a lot of Seattle condos with great views, but this one has views that are well above average. Especially at night. It offers 3 bedrooms, 2.25 baths and 2,190sf for $1,245,000. Thats a pretty good value at $568 per foot. 21 stories above the ground and comes with 2 parking stalls and storage.
Our friends at UrbanCondoSpaces.com have sold another penthouse. This time in Pioneer Square. This top floor loft is located at 210 3rd Ave (The Lofts). It features original floors, vaulted timber beam ceilings and exposed brick and HVAC. The 1,886sf unit has west facing views and underground parking and storage. Sale price was $639,000.
Take a look through the window in the this photo – see the crane?
There is a building going in next door to this incredible top floor loft at 80 S. Jackson. That didn’t sway the opinion of the buyer who purchased the unit. It has a west facing view – often considered the most coveted view in Seattle. You get the water, the mountains and amazing sunsets. In addition to that, the viaduct, an above ground 2 story freeway along Seattle’s waterfront is coming down.
This is a prime example of Seattle growing up and attracting home owners and investors that are not just enamored with a particular view, but the surrounding neighborhood and the upside in living here in the City. Not all of the units views are changing – the owner will retain this amazing Seattle skyline view.
The unit sold for $24,000 below the asking price – $975,000. Pioneer Square is home to most, if not 80% of the lofts in Seattle. There are a few in Belltown and Capitol Hill, but most of them are found in Pioneer Square. This unit features 18 foot ceilings, exposed brick, and a private terrace.
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Ok, so you have all heard the buzz going around about the 50 Shades of Grey movie premiere by now right? It will be released on February 14th (Valentines Day) and it has women all of the world clamoring to see the screenplay following a cult-like following of the book. The erotic drama written by E.L. James features a wealthy Christen Grey who owns a unit in Seattle’s Escala condo tower. It just so happens that one of the Escala’s penthouse units is still on the market. We have toured the space and its not just un-finished, but absolutely breathtaking. It sits 30 floors above ground level and has panoramic views of the city. It can be yours for $6,599,000
There have been recent developments of new towers being built up around the 2009 built luxury condo tower. For more information, read what UrbanCondoSpaces.com had to say about the building being surrounded.
Year to date in Downtown Seattle there have been 9 penthouse sales. The sold prices range from $599,950 to $3.7M. There were multiple sales at Mosler Lofts both posting sale just under $2M.
We have put together a full list below. Just click the photo for more information.
Purchased for $2,550,000 in 2008, 2401 at 5th and Madison is pretty special. Rumor has it that $3,000,000 or more were put into the re-model of the 2,209sf space.
The top floor unit first went on the market in June of last year for $3,750,000. Now, 17 months later the asking price is $2,988,600.