Downtown Condo Rental: $2,650

olive 8 pool

This  condo boasting urban living at its finest in the coveted Olive 8 is now available for rent! Enjoy the spectacular water and and city views through glass walls and the private balcony while entertaining from your Chef’s kitchen, complete with stainless steel appliances, granite, custom lighting and cabinetry. Take advantage of the world-class amenities of the Hyatt Hotel such as room service, fitness center, 65′ saline lap pool, spa, valet, and housekeeping. Walk to shopping, theaters, and restaurants. Easy access to I-5, light rail and SLU streetcar. For more  information on this and other Seattle rentals, contact your local real estate agent today!

Status: For Rent
Bed//Bath: 1//1
Price: $2650/Month

Aspira Apartments Sell for $165.7M

The Aspira apartment building Downtown near South Lake Union was bought by T-C Aspira LLC on Thursday November 1 for $165.7 million, according to the Puget Sound Business Journal. Urban Partners and O’Conner Capital Partners developed the 37 story building, which has 325 units, and 6,500 sf of retail space.

The price per unit of this building after the sale is far beyond anything in the Puget Sound area. Based on the availability,the price per unit has been configured to $509,760 per unit, not including the retail space. For more information on the sale and building, visit the Aspira Apartments website.

Holland Development Plans Huge High Rise on 9th & Pine

If you’ve always dreamed of living in the highest high rise apartment building in Seattle you’re in luck…. Holland Development is planning the construction for your new humble abode right now! According to a report today in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce,  Holland is preparing to start construction on what will soon be noted as Seattle’s tallest apartment tower. The building will sit on the Southwest corner of 9th & Pine just West of the Paramount Theater and will stand nearly 40 feet taller than the nearby Aspira building. The building is planned to be 440 feet tall, with 386 units and 269 parking stalls. While this might seem like a hefty project for Holland Development by itself, they also have 6 other projects in the works and will be responsible for putting 1,400 new apartment units downtown. For more information on the project please visit the Daily Journal of Commerce.