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Downtown Seattle

The heart of it all! Urban as Seattle gets. Hope you like towers.

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  • what you’ll fall in love with

    the vibrant urban atmosphere infused with a rich blend of culture, commerce, and natural beauty.

  • market

    Downtown Seattle's market has been characterized by high demand and limited inventory.

  • What to expect

    Properties that offer modern amenities and convenient access to downtown amenities, attractive options for urban living to fit many budgets.

  • real talk

    Downtown was hit hard by COVID work from home policy and is only recently starting to wake back up.

welcome to Downtown Seattle

Welcome to Downtown Seattle, where the pulse of the Pacific Northwest beats strongest. Nestled between the shimmering waters of Puget Sound and the towering peaks of the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, Downtown Seattle offers a dynamic fusion of urban sophistication and natural beauty. Here, you'll discover iconic landmarks like the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, vibrant neighborhoods brimming with culture and creativity, and a thriving culinary scene showcasing the flavors of the region. Whether you're strolling along the bustling waterfront, exploring world-class museums and galleries, or simply soaking in the breathtaking views, Downtown Seattle invites you to experience the essence of the Emerald City firsthand.

Shop at Pike Place Market, catch a show at the Act, listen to the symphony at Benaroya Hall. Thats all.

STATS & LOCATION

Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 0mto Amazon Spheres

  • 0mto Amazon Spheres

  • 22mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 59mto Microsoft Redmond

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What to do, a day in the life

Living in Downtown Seattle offers a multitude of entertainment options to suit every taste and interest. Start your day with a leisurely stroll through Pike Place Market, where you can browse artisanal goods, sample local delicacies, and take in the lively atmosphere. For culture enthusiasts, explore the city's renowned museums and galleries, such as the Seattle Art Museum or the Museum of Pop Culture, showcasing captivating exhibits and innovative artwork. Catch a live performance at one of the many theaters or concert venues scattered throughout downtown, from the historic Paramount Theatre to the contemporary stages of the Seattle Repertory Theatre. When it's time to unwind, head to the Seattle Waterfront for a scenic walk along Elliott Bay or embark on a relaxing ferry ride to Bainbridge Island or West Seattle. And as the sun sets, indulge in the vibrant nightlife scene, with trendy bars, rooftop lounges, and cozy speakeasies offering cocktails and live music late into the night.

Housing stock

From historic condominiums and charming townhouses to sleek high-rise apartments and modern luxury developments, downtown Seattle offers a wide range of housing options to suit different lifestyles and preferences. Many properties boast stunning views of the city skyline, Puget Sound, or the surrounding mountains, adding to their allure. Additionally, downtown Seattle's housing stock often features contemporary amenities such as fitness centers, rooftop terraces, concierge services, and more, enhancing the living experience for residents.

What to keep in mind

consider the location carefully, ensuring it aligns with your lifestyle and preferences. Evaluate the building's amenities, HOA fees, and rules and regulations to ensure they meet your needs and budget. Additionally, research the building's history, including any past or ongoing litigation, to assess potential risks. It's also important to understand the financial health of the HOA and whether there are any upcoming special assessments or major maintenance projects planned.

Real talk

When purchasing a new condo in downtown Seattle, it's important to be aware that the property may enter litigation within five years of the developer handing over management to the Homeowners Association (HOA). This is a common occurrence in the condo market and often relates to construction defects or other issues. While it's a standard part of the condo experience, buyers should carefully consider the potential implications, including possible financial risks and resale challenges. If you anticipate selling your condo within the next 3-7 years, opting for a resale condo with a stable legal history may be a safer choice.

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