What A $500,000 Condo Looks Like In Seattle

  • Jeff Reynolds
  • 08/14/15
 
If you have $500,000 dollars and you want to pick out a Seattle condo, we’d like to show you a few options. There are just 17 units priced between $400,000-$600,000 in Downtown Seattle to choose from. Here are a few ideas!
 

South Lake Union

Want to be in the one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city? You might try South Lake Union/Denny Triangle. Unit #W309 at 2200 Westlake has a courtyard view, granite counters, stainless appliances and the building comes with a number of amenities including – fitness studio, concierge, theatre room, homeowners lounge, spa, sun-deck and more. You also have Whole Foods at the base of your condo project. Not a bad lifestyle in terms of convenience and location.
 
Project – 2200 Westlake
Price – $509,000
 
 

Belltown

It is pretty rare to find a 2 bedroom condo in Seattle for less than $500,000. If a 2 bedroom is a must have in your criteria, you could check out the 21st floor of the Grandview. The Grandview condos have been a round since 1979. Unit #2106 offers 2 bedrooms, 1.75 baths and 853 sq. ft. The unit has been updated over the years and comes with polished concrete floors, granite counters and big views from the private deck. It also offers one parking space and storage.
 
Project – Grandview
Neighborhood – Belltown
Price – $509,000
2 beds | 1.75 baths | 853 sq. ft.
 
 

Retail District

 
We are quite familiar with the next unit – it belongs to a client of ours. It’s located at the 5th and Madison condo project. Unit #1903 is a 1 bedroom plus den that offers 1.5 baths. It has beautiful hardwood floors, an Island kitchen, spacious master bath, custom closets, and floor to ceiling windows featuring incredible views. The concrete and steel building offers a doorman, homeowners lounge, out-door terrace, pet area, a fitness studio and guest suites.
 
Project – 5th and Madison
Neighborhood – Retail Core
Price – $598,000
1 bedroom | 1.5 bath | 979sf
 
 
 

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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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