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Totem Pole Sunset

Totem Pole Sunset, originally uploaded by moog55.
unbelievable photo taken by Peter Schenk, near the Hillclimb Court Condominiums that overlook Elliot Bay and just across the street from the Pike Place Market. This photo was taken just North of the condo's, at Victor Steinbrueck Park.

Condominium Remodel

Condo remodeling is naturally limiting, but it is possible to move some interior walls to open up less-than-inspired spaces. My favorite contractors are Dyna Contracting. They offer full-service and offer sleek and contemporary remodels in the Seattle area.


Seattle Olive 8 Condominium

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Olive 8 is touted as Seattle's first sustainable condominium/hotel community, with everything under one green roof.

Living in a green home offers benefits to residents and to the planet. Olive 8 is the first LEED™ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certified condominium/hotel building in Seattle. LEED is the most widely-recognized national green building standard and ensures a healthier home. Olive 8’s many cutting-edge, environmentally-friendly features result in 36% less water usage (an approximate savings of 2.4 million gallons per year) and 23% less power usage. Both Hyatt and Olive 8 have fully embraced a seamless green building ethos and sustainable practices.

Olive 8 prices have been "reset" and while some of the larger units are over $1M, it is possible to get a one bedroom/one bath condo for as little as $370,000.


Ballard Condo Alternative

When Your on 65th!, originally uploaded by lifebegreen.
I love the opposing lines on this modern home in Ballard. With little or no yard, it makes a great alternative to a condominium, without the homeowners dues. A home like this would probably range in the 450-600K price range in Ballard, depending on the square footage and location. The Ballard real estate market remains strong, and there are a number of condominiums for sale in Ballard, starting for as low as $200K for an older condo, inching up higher for newer units.


West Seattle-Upon-Sound

These are one of just a few condominiums built out on piers over the water. New laws make it impossible to build something like this today, so if kept up, this building should always keep its value. It's located on the other side of Alki, closer to Lincoln Park.


Rainbow Townhomes

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These townhomes are located in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle. I just love the creative use of color! They could have painted them all in the same beige and gray palette, but I think using different colors of the rainbow really sets them apart. These were priced in the upper $400's-$500. They aren't actually condominiums but 0-lot line townhomes.


Modern Condo Design

I love the open stairwell, as it makes a unit so light and airy and makes it look bigger than it really is. Good modern architecture is timeless and I think this modern look will age very well.

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