Four Seasons Glass Panels Fall

After several incidents of falling glass panes, a general contractor for the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences building in downtown Seattle is removing the remaining pieces of glass that line the residence balconies. On Sunday, the piece fell onto a glass awning over the sidewalk. The awning cracked but didn’t break, and no one was harmed. There are 300 glass panels in the building that will be removed. In the meantime, the building’s owners will work on a new railing concept for the residence balconies. For more information, see the full Seattle Times article.

One Pacific Tower

One Pacific Tower located at 2000 1st Avenue in downtown Seattle is 2-story luxury condominium building.   The building was developed by Vyzis Development Company and designed by Curtis Beattie & Associates.  The building was constructed in 1994, and is only a few blocks from the Pike Place Market.  This building is close to everything that downtown Seattle and Belltown have to offer.  Please follow the link to search Seattle luxury condominiums for sale. 

Building: One Pacific Tower
Address: 2000 1st Ave.
Yr. Built: 1994
Construction: Cement/Concrete
No. of Buildings: 1
No. of Stories: 27
No. of Units: 80
Views: City, Mountain, Water
Parking: Garage

Banner Building

The Banner Building is a luxury condominium building located in Belltown, Seattle.  The building is at 80 Vine St. and was built in 1994 and designed by Weinstein Copeland Architects.  Comprised of both residential and commercial properties, Banner was built with the concept of work/live spaces in mind.  The building won multiple AIA awards , and was one of the first work/live buildings in the city.  The 26 units are loft-style open shells with high ceilings and exceptionally large windows.  The interiors themselves are very industrial, with exposed beams and concrete floors.  There is currently only one condominium for sale in the Banner building, which is just over 1,000 sf and is on the market for $420,000.  Please follow the link to find full listing details or search Seattle luxury condominiums for sale

Building:
Banner Building
Address: 80 Vine St.
Yr Built: 1994
Construction: Concrete & Metal
No. of Buildings:  1
No. of Stories: 7
No. of Units: 31- 26 res. 5 com.
Views: City, Lake, Mountains
Parking: Common Garage
Pets: Sub. To Restrictions 

1521 Second Avenue

If you want a Seattle luxury condominium, with everything there is to offer, the recently constructed 1521 Second Avenue condominiums maybe be just what you’re looking for.  The 38-story building was constructed in 2009, designed by Weber + Thompson Architects.  The 143 units are large, ranging in size from about 1,800 to 3,000 sf, all of which are 2+ bedroom homes.  As far as individual units go, they were all designed by Susan Marinello Interiors with a modern and urban feel.  The interiors feature floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, and top of the line appliances and systems.  1521 was also Seattle’s first high-rise residential building, so the views are incredibly stunning.  Homeowners have sweeping views of the city, water and mountains to enjoy.  The building is also rather “green”, achieving and LEED Silver status.  The building amenities include a gym, yoga studio, 24/7 concierge, work studios and gorgeous rooftop terrace, among others.  If you want to find a Seattle luxury condominium for sale, not to mention one of the best views in the city, check out what 1521 Second Avenue has to offer.  Follow the link to find other downtown condominiums for sale.

Building: 1521 Second Avenue
Address: 1521 2nd Ave.
Year Built: 2009
Construction: Cement, Metal
No. of Buildings: 1
No. of Stories: 38
No. of Units: 143
Views: water, mtns., city
Parking: garage
Pets: subj. to restrictions

Millennium Tower

Millenium Tower

Millennium Tower

Millennium Tower in Downtown Seattle (Click link to read about other Downtown condos) at 2nd Avenue and Columbia Street is one of the city’s most luxurious condominium buildings.  The Millennium Tower has 19 exclusive homes in a stunning 20-story building.  Homes range in size from 2,300 to nearly 10,000 sf.  Homes were initially sold as “empty shells” giving buyers the chance to employ their own architects, yet many came to be designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects.  The building offers stunning views of the mountains, Elliot Bay and the Downtown Seattle skyline.  The building was constructed in 2009, and its amenities are limited to a concierge, security gate and common areas.  The top floor penthouse of the Millennium Tower is currently for sale.  See the listing here.

H/O Dues Include: Cable TV, W/S/G

Common Property Features Include:  Elevators, Lobby and Concierge

Building: Millennium Tower
Address: 715 2nd Avenue
Year Built: 2000
Construction: Concrete/Steel/Stone
No. of Buildings: 1
No. of Stories: 20
No. of Units: 19
Vews: City, Water, Mountain
Parking: Common or Ind. Garage
Pets: Sub. To Restrictions