Posts tagged Puget Sound Business Journal
KODA Reservation Event Draws Media Attention

Following the announcement that 95-percent of the 203-units at KODA Condominiums had been reserved during the project’s debut February 24th and 25th, local media reported on current market conditions and the frenzy that new projects are drawing in an inventory-strained market.

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Tomio Moriguchi & PSBJ Talk About the Historic 420 S. Main St. Property

As a recent Puget Sound Business Journal feature outlines, though Kevin Hsieh of Da Li Development USA is new to Seattle, he “has already done a deal with well-known Chinatown/International District player Tomio Moriguchi.” That deal was the 2016 sale of the property at 420 S. Main St., the future site of the highly anticipated KODA Condominiums.

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Puget Sound Business Journal Talks KODA Condominium & Unit Reservation Opportunities

The Puget Sound Business Journal highlighted KODA Condominiums in their latest "condo watch" feature. As the general public awaits unit reservations, which are expected in the coming weeks, Marc Stiles writes that "if recent history [of new development projects in Seattle] holds, people will be lined up around the block." 

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Seattle's New Era of Condos

As a recent Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty feature entitled “Seattle’s New Era of Condos” proclaims, the Emerald City is definitively in the midst of a condo comeback; the population is growing, residents are fueling additional in-city attractions, and millennials are transitioning from renting to homeownership. Today, thousands are reading the latest Seattle trends, as the special feature, which was originally included in Portrait of Seattle Magazine, was hand delivered to 1,500 broker mailboxes throughout the Seattle area, and was included in select copies of Puget Sound Business JournalWall Street JournalMadison Park TimesCapitol Hill TimesQueen Anne & Magnolia Times, Magnolia News, City Living Seattle, The Monroe Monitor, Valley News, Eatonville Dispatch and Marketplace.

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Downtown Seattle Condos: Rising Demand and Anemic Supply Has Buyers Considering Presales Opportunities

The lack of available condominiums in downtown Seattle continues, especially at affordable price points. Currently, there are just 7 resale homes listed for sale on the NWMLS priced below $700,000, which is now the new median home price for resales after increasing a staggering 19% in November 2017 compared to the prior year. Though market conditions may seem daunting to potential buyers, market pundits say unit reservations and presales can offer much needed relief for those willing to plan ahead.

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FutureCast Forum's After Hours Event Furthers a Discussion About Seattle in 2020 and Beyond

Scores of guests assembled at MG2 Architecture in downtown Seattle during an evening reception on September 28th about the future of the Seattle and Bellevue metro area in the next decade. The town hall-like event was a continuation of provocative conversations started during the BISNOW “State of the Market” event hosted earlier in the week, which was attended by more than 400 industry stakeholders and local media.

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Think This is Another Housing Bubble? Guess Again

In an provocative article published by the Seattle PI on August 15th, the question of soaring rents and skyrocketing home prices has caused 71-percent of homeowners in Washington to worry about a housing bubble, according to a recent survey by ValueInsured.

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Puget Sound Business Journal Presents Crane Watch with KODA Condominiums

In the latest edition of "Crane Watch," Puget Sound Business Journal highlights KODA Condomniums, a proposed project "in the Japantown area of Seattle's Chinatown/International District." As the article outlines, the current design will offer over 200 condos at the northwest corner of South Main Street and 5th Avenue, "which is currently a surface parking lot." 

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