Truth be told, we spend most of our time analyzing the Downtown Seattle condo market. With that said, much like San Fransisco, New York, or Boston, Seattle has micro-hoods just outside the boundaries of Downtown. These hoods have a life of their own and offer Seattleites a wide variety of living options.
A great example would be Capitol Hill
. The Hill is known for its authentic spin on Seattle culture and has REALLY cool places to live. Outside of Pioneer Square
, Capitol Hill is near second in terms of its loft offerings. We would argue that Capitol Hill has the most diverse housings options from a 300sf studio to a palatial 2 story 2,800sf condo in the Harvard corridor.
Let's take a look at one project in particular – Trace Condos and Lofts.
The total offering at Trace is 142 units (100 units in Trace North) and (42 units in Trace Lofts). The project is broken up into 2 parts – North and Lofts.
Trace North offers cool, contemporary interiors that offer a variety of flooring options and a large number of view units overlooking one of the Hill’s best corridors (12th Pike/Pine).
Trace Lofts offers a pretty incredible interior as well. Exposed brick, steel beams, and in some units timber beam ceilings.
The project sold out a few years ago, but there have been nearly 30 sales in the building over the last 2 years.