Seattle high-rise developers are playing a game of one-upmanship. And the latest proposed high-rise takes the cake! This 500-foot tall mixed-use tower will be topped off with a stunning geodesic dome and a swimming pool that cantilevers over the tower at its 2000 Third Ave location.
According to the plans submitted by the architects to the city, the tower will consist of six floors of office space at the base, and above that will be 38 floors of residences topped off with a three-level dome with grass mounds, a wood deck for yoga and black river rock paving.
It will be interesting to see what developers will come up with next that can beat this!
Seattle Real Estate Chat – Episode 56 (August 16th, 2016) – We talk about the new up-scaled zoning plans for Seattle and the local politics and challenges that face the increased density of Seattle. Rhonda shares details about current interest rates and some exciting new affordable home loan programs.
Here are the articles and links we used in our show:
Seattle Real Estate Chat – Episode 53 (April 12th, 2016) – Seattle's red-hot market is causing Buyers to waive contingencies to be competitive. What are the risks? What contingencies can be waived, or not?
Fannie Mae is introducing a new format for credit reports called “trending credit data”. How will this affect your ability to get a home loan? What variables will credit bureaus use to calculate this data? Should you be doing anything to make this new credit factor work in your favor? All of this and more will be discussed on Seattle Real Estate Chat this Tuesday, March 8th, 2016,
TV Ads during the Superbowl are some of the most watched TV commercials in the world. Real Estate and Mortgage Services are some of the top products advertised. Here are replays of the ads from this Superbowl 50 (on February 7th, 2016,) that Rhonda and I will be Critiquing on Seattle Real Estate Chat – Episode 51, this coming Tuesday, February 9th at 10AM.
Seattle Real Estate Chat is a Google Hangout on Air that is LIVE and then re-published on YouTube. You can watch live hereand ask questions during the show, or you can watch it later on YouTube. Also, you can follow along and comment on Twitter with the hashtag #seattleREchat