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30 Queen Anne units planned

By JOURNAL STAFF

On the north end of Queen Anne Hill, a little east of Seattle Pacific University, there's a new 30-unit apartment plan that would go north of two old rental houses — replacing the parking area on the alley. Neiman Taber Architects filed the five-story plan at 26 W. Etruria St. It hasn't yet entered design review.

60 Uptown units sell for $20M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Lower Queen Anne apartment building at 315 First Ave. W., has sold for just under $20 million, according to Kidder Mathews, which brokered the deal. King County hadn't recorded the sale before deadline Monday, so not all details were available.


Bellevue units change hands

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small apartment building at 1301 Bellevue Way S.E. sold last week for nearly $2.8 million, according to King County records. The seller was Brace Point Properties II LLC, which acquired the property in 1985 for $250,000.


Ribbon cutting for The Southard

By JOURNAL STAFF

Homestead Community Land Trust on June 28 will officially snip the ribbon on The Southard, a recently completed community of 18 cottage-style homes in Tukwila.


12 Uptown units trade for over $4M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An Uptown apartment building at 715 Nob Hill Ave. N. sold this week for almost $4.7 million, according to King County records. The seller was SJC Development LLC, associated with Bode which acquired the property in 2019 for $4.3 million. It then had 10 units; two were subsequently added.


Capstone pivots to 27-story apartment tower in downtown Bellevue

By BRIAN MILLER

First it was going to be a downtown Bellevue hotel and condo development from Fana Group. Then only condos. Then the midblock property at 305 108th Ave. N.E. sold to Capstone Partners, which toggled to offices. That plan has been quiet for about two years now, owing to a very depressed post-pandemic office market — and high borrowing costs.


At a steep loss, 209 First Hill units trade for $76M to Idaho investor

By BRIAN MILLER

Sentral First Hill, at 1001 Minor Ave., sold last week for nearly $76 million, according to King County records. The seller was IRP Perry Apartments LLC, associated with Iconiq Capital of San Francisco, which acquired the then-new 17-story, 209-unit apartment building in July 2019 for almost $95.7 million. It was then called the Perry.



Olson Kundig, meet Lusty Lady. Lusty Lady, meet Olson Kundig

By BRIAN MILLER

Nothing much has happened with downtown's decrepit and long-empty old Lusty Lady/Seven Seas building since it sold last year. Owner Andrew Conru and Graham Baba Architects then filed an early demolition plan at 1315 First Ave., opposite Seattle Art Museum, but the vague proposal for a new building has been dormant ever since.


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