Capitol Hill, Not Your Average Seattle Hood

  • Jeff Reynolds
  • 10/20/15
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 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.
Capitol Hill, Not Your Average Seattle Hood
Capitol Hill, Not Your Average Seattle Hood
Capitol Hill, Not Your Average Seattle Hood
Capitol Hill, Not Your Average Seattle Hood

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Jeff Reynolds is a real estate broker with Compass Seattle. Jeff is the founder of UrbanCondoSpaces and he leads Seattle’s number one condo team. UCS is a blog specializing in Urban Living. Contact Jeff to see homes for sale, to sell your condo, or to simply learn more about the Seattle Real Estate market.

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