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Luxury Spotlight Seattle: Priciest Condo Sales

This week’s luxury focus spotlight moves to the Northwest to search the most expensive condos for sale in the Seattle, WA area. Most are located downtown and feature amazing views of Puget Sound, Elliot Bay, Olympic Mountains and Seattle skyline. These listings are courtesy of Landcast.com (Most Expensive Condos).

Escala – 1920 4th Avenue – $3,650,000 – 4,522 square feet. HOA – $3,373 per month. An opportunity to build your dream penthouse atop this luxury tower. Features include two private elevators, two spacious covered patios, 11’ ceilings.

Downtown/Belltown – 1521 2nd Avenue – $4,500,00 – 2,453 square feet. HOA – $1,743 per month. Spectacular two-bedroom penthouse in heart of the city. Luxury appointments throughout, private

Nexus – 1200 Howell Street – $4,799,950 – 3,095 square feet. HOA – $2,659 per month. Next generation high-tech penthouse with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Concierge, co-working, fitness center, dog run/lounge, media lounge and 41st floor Sky Club. Occupancy in 2019. 80% sold.

Nexus – 1200 Howell Street – $4,899,950 – 2,982 square feet. HOA – $2,562 per month. Stunning four bedrooms, 2.5 baths featuring world-class amenities in high-tech high rise. Co-working, 41st floor Sky Club with exhibition kitchen, lounge, terrace, private dining. Occupancy 2019. 80% sold.

Art Stable – 516 Yale Avenue N – $5,950,000 – 3,919 square feet. HOA – $1,399 per month. Two level penthouse in Tom Kundig-designed building. Glass, steel, concrete structure. Unit 700 is one of five residential units; 11’ ceilings, Concrete floors, Venetian plaster and glass walls. Upper level has living/dining areas and chef’s kitchen. Steel and glass staircase, two offices, two bedrooms, three baths, two offices, wine cellar, media room and 1,600 square foot terrace with 270-degree views.

Market Place Tower – 2033 1st Avenue – $9,388,000 – 4,542 square feet. HOA – $1,875 per month. One of only seven residences in highly sought-after private urban community. Spacious unit spread over two levels, may be reconfigured to suit owner’s design. Spectacular penthouse has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, unobstructed views of Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains; 300 square foot landscaped patio, 24 hour, live-in concierge, private lobby access.

Four Seasons Private Residences – 99 Union Street – $12,500,000 – 4.293 square feet. HOA – $6,237 per month. Pure luxury and sophistication for those seeking great style and beauty in spacious two-bedroom, 2 and one half baths. Gracious west-facing views of Mt. Rainier and Puget Sound. Stunning interior design with contemporary flair. Two terraces with outdoor barbecue. World-class amenities and services one would expect from first-class property.

Undisclosed Penthouse – $13,800,000 – 5,732 square feet. HOA – $7,878 per month! 247 days online! (Maybe if we knew where it was, it might have been sold!) Three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Unobstructed views of the Space Needle. Listing agent’s comments include, “collaboration between designer Gregory Carmichael and architect Rick Sundberg…meticulously constructed from exquisite palette of hardwoods, artisan metals and natural surfaces…offered with a full suite of bespoke furnishings.”

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