Imagine lakeside waterfront living in this sophisticated Leschi condominium with your own boat slip included! There are over 2400 sf of living on two floors with an open floor plan and luxury finishes throughout. Some of the many features include two bedrooms, two baths with office, stunning hardwood floors, custom built-in cabinets, extensive storage, new built in sound system, gas range and fireplace, fresh paint and new carpet.
Nestled in the coveted West of Market neighborhood this traditionally updated Cape Cod home features beautiful lake views, a spacious great room that opens to the gourmet kitchen with gas cook top, stainless steel appliances and butcher block island counter top. Spa like master retreat with gas fireplace, 5 piece master bath, walk-in closet and Juliette balcony.
In advance of the Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) Rendezvous event at Friday Harbor Estate in early July, Patti Payne of Puget Sound Business Journal highlighted the home, owned by famed rocker Steve Miller, in a feature discussing the Island’s market, the vast media coverage of the unique property and the event itself. Payne says, “it’s a big real estate sales time in the San Juan Islands, from the high-end properties to those more affordable” as homebuyers begin to discover the relative affordability within the best kept secret in the Northwest.
In early July, Sequim Gazette gushed while describing “Over the Fence,” a beloved retail shop in downtown Sequim recently listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) brokers Karen Keefe and Kinam Sohn. A boutique garden furnishing destination located on a premier corner in downtown Sequim, Over the Fence has served locals and visitors for over 20 years, growing to over $1 million in annual sales with 4,524 square feet of private retail space, a 1,200 square foot apartment loft, and 10 parking spaces.
For the second year in a row, the city of Seattle has more cranes than any other city in the U.S., as the Emerald City construction boom shows no signs of slowing down. As a recent Seattle Times article outlines, many cities around the country are seeing a decline in cranes, dropping an average “8 percent over the past six months,” yet the number seen in Seattle as of early July is at 58, which is “60 percent more than any other U.S. city” and unchanged when compared to cranes in Seattle this time last year. Seattle’s count gives it a staggering 22-crane lead over Los Angeles, the second place city, though other North American cities such as Toronto are soaring high above Seattle, currently at 81 cranes.
200+ Condominiums Planned for Japantown in Seattle’s Historic International District; Community Open House
Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) and KMD Architects jointly announce a neighborhood open house and design preview event will be held for KODA Condominiums from 12pm to 5pm on Saturday, July 22nd and Sunday, July 23rd at Hirabayashi Place, a community center located at 442 S. Main Street in downtown Seattle. Located at the corner of South Main Street and 5th Avenue, the proposed mid-rise by Da-Li Development is currently designed as 18 stories and 200+ condominiums with a targeted ground breaking in early 2018 and occupancy by 2020, pending entitlements by The City of Seattle. The City of Seattle planning department observes an International District Special Review process as part of the Master Use Permit application process, which approves the building’s overall architecture, exterior finishing and landscaping plan. Da-Li and KMD have been working proactively with local community groups and local stakeholders on the design development of the future project. This weekend’s open house will provide visitors with an update on that design progress and prospective homebuyers and brokers can also register for priority sales information.