High Rise vs. Low/Mid Rise – Downtown Seattle (Average Price Per Square Foot)

High Rise vs. Low/Mid Rise – Downtown Seattle (Average Price Per Square Foot)

  • Jeff Reynolds
  • 04/6/13

Unit #1901 at the Cosmo just hit the market for first time since it sold back in 2007. In March of 2007 it sold for $585,000. 6 years later, it’s now listed at $575,000 – $586.73 per square foot. This had my wheels turning about the difference in price per foot when comparing high-rise to low/mid rise.
I pulled a sample set of Seattle condo sales for 1 bedoom units in the last 60 days. There have been 28 – 1 bedroom sales since February 5th. They range in price from $222,000 (Mosler Lofts) to $2,500,000 (Four Seasons). I pulled similar square footage and (like kind buildings) for each comparison and this is what we came up with.


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