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Curbed Seattle on the 'Rush of Demand' at KODA Condominiums

In a recent feature on Curbed Seattle, Sarah Anne Lloyd writes that KODA Condominiums "experienced a rush of demand" during the launch of unit reservations over the last weekend in February, and that the project is now already 95% reserved. The article describes that "condo-seekers put down a refundable $5,000 deposit for the first right of opportunity," which is held until Da Li Development USA finalizes the product offering. 

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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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As Featured in GeekWire: KODA Condominiums beacons an urban renaissance in Seattle's historic International District

At 11am on Saturday, February 24, the doors will open at the New Developments Preview Center at 2715 1st Avenue for the release of 200+ new homes at KODA – an inspired, high-rise condominium set to break ground at 5th Avenue and South Main Street this summer with occupancy by mid-2020. It’s not only the first new construction, for-sale opportunity in the International District in recent memory – it’s among the only new condominiums available anywhere at a time of meteoric demand but anemic supply.

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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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Daily Journal of Commerce Reports RSIR will Market KODA Condominiums

In a feature written on July 27th, Daily Journal of Commerce announces that Realogics Sotheby's International Realty will market the forthcoming KODA condominium project. As the article outlines, KODA is planned at 450 South Main Street in the International District, and "the latest plan is for an 18-story project with 200-plus units and 77 underground parking spaces."

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Buzz Buzz News on KODA Coming to the International District

As a feature on Buzz Buzz News outlines, "KODA, a 200-unit condo tower designed by Seattle firm KMD Architects and developed by Taiwan-based Da Li Development, has begun the design review process." Located in the International District, plans indicate an anticipated groundbreaking in spring 2018 with floor plans ranging "from studios to two bedrooms." 

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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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Curbed Seattle Announces KODA Condominium Project

As a Curbed Seattle article outlines, "a parking lot in the International District is slated to sprout up into 200-plus condos in the next few years. KODA, a condo tower designed by local firm KMD Architects and developed by Taiwan-based Da Li Development, has started design review." 

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