Northwest’s largest condominium development reaches 100 units sold.
Insignia in Seattle, the Northwest’s largest condominium development, has reached 100 units sold. Construction on the project’s first tower is now up to the 28th floor, announced Bosa Development.
The twin 41-story towers designed by architect Perkins & Company will be located where Downtown, Belltown and South Lake Union intersect, just two blocks from Amazon’s planned 3.3 million-square-foot office building. Phase One, which is scheduled to open in late spring 2015, features 350 residences ranging from one- to two-bedrooms, with prices from the high $400,000s to approximately $2 million. “We are pleased with the pace of sales so far at Insignia, and anticipate an increase in contracts being signed as we move into the busy season for residential real estate,” stated Alan P. Mark, founder and president of The Mark Company, Northwest, the broker of record at Insignia.
Located at Sixth Avenue and Bell Street, Insignia features a collection of one- and two-bedroom homes with dens in select residences designed by Mitchell Freedland. Conceived by renowned developer Nat Bosa, the new condominium merges modern architecture, sophisticated style and breathtaking views.
Building amenities include a 41st floor sky retreat and resident lounge, open-air park terrace with outdoor grilling area, outdoor fireplace gathering area, fitness atrium with yoga and Pilates studio, screening room with entertaining bar, and signature lobby by Mitchell Freedland. The building is targeting LEED Silver certification.
There will also be an outdoor pet retreat, pet wash and grooming area, gated parking garage, residential assigned parking, electric car charging stations, a car wash bay, bike storage with work area and retail shops along a pedestrian-friendly street. Proposed future additions in Phase Two, North Tower include an indoor lap pool, spa, steam room and sauna.
“Downtown Seattle has become a bustling, diverse environment with eclectic boutiques, new restaurants, performing arts, museums and more,” noted Nat Bosa, president of Bosa Development. “With the nearby Microsoft campus and planned Amazon campus expansion, we are at the heart of the city’s growth.”