Last month, the median sales price for condos in Seattle was $485,000. If we look at Area 701 — which we know as downtown, Belltown, Pioneer Square, and a portion of South Lake Union — the March median for closed sales was $650,000.
So what do the listings look like in the upper tier? It’s safe to say that one thing they all have in common are breathtaking views of the city and sound. Let’s take a look at the five most expensive condos currently for sale in downtown Seattle.
4 Bed / 5 Bath / 6,918 SqFt
1301 Spring St #PH32 – Listed by Coldwell Banker Bain
This nearly 7,000 square foot First Hill penthouse is available for the first time after a three-year renovation. Taking up the entire 32nd floor, panoramic views of the city, sound, and mountains can be enjoyed throughout. The penthouse also features six car side-by-side parking — a rare find in the city.
2 Bed / 2.25 Bath / 3,135 SqFt
99 Union St #1102 – Listed by Coldwell Banker Bain
This west-facing home at the Four Seasons Residences showcases captivating front row views of Puget Sound, the Olympics, and Mt. Rainier through its floor-to-celing windows and spacious 407 square foot covered terrace.
3 Bed / 3.5 Bath / 4,044 SqFt
715 2nd Ave #2002 – Listed by Heritage Residential, LLC
This sleek Millennium Tower penthouse was designed by Rocky Rochon, “fusing natural elements with modern innovation.” Features include expansive city views across throughout, a skylight in the main living space, and an outdoor terrace extending the length of the unit.
4 Bed / 4.5 Bath / 4,542 SqFt
2033 1st Ave #3 – Listed by Realogics Sotheby’s Int’l Realty
This two-story condo is one of only seven residences in Market Place Tower. Featuring over 4,500 square feet across two levels with walls of floor-to-ceiling windows framing unobstructed Puget Sound and Olympic Mountain views.
3 Bed / 3 Bath / 4,522 SqFt
1920 4th Ave #3002 – Christie’s Int’l RE Seattle
This brand new 30th floor penthouse features a thoughtfully designed 4,500 square foot floor plan with floor-to-ceiling windows — and components and materials sourced from around the globe.