Downtown Seattle Luxury Condos For Sale

Looking to purchase a luxury condo in Downtown Seattle? Here is a quick overview of some of my favorite buildings you can buy in, to help narrow down your options!

Monica Church, Seattle real estate agent, among downtown seattle luxury condos.

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Monica Church is a Seattle based real estate agent selling on average 20 homes a year. She specializes in helping out of state buyers understand which neighborhoods will be best for them.

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Nexus: Positioned right next to the I5 freeway on-ramps, Nexus is incredibly convenient for those frequently traveling north and south by car. While the immediate surroundings lack activity at the moment, numerous development plans are underway, promising a vibrant street corner in a few years. Nexus boasts over 300 homes, including studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units. The interiors feature sleek and modern finishes, with panel-ready appliances and a choice between dark or white oak flooring. Enjoy views of Lake Union, the city, or the mountains, and take advantage of the abundant amenity spaces including a 360 degree rooftop with a game room, outdoor decks, meeting rooms, lounges, and coworking spaces. 

1521 2nd Ave stands out as the most luxurious building in Seattle, exclusively offering two-bedroom homes. With a mature and upscale ambiance, it truly feels like living at a Four Seasons Hotel! 

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Monica Church is a Seattle based real estate agent selling on average 20 homes a year. She specializes in helping out of state buyers understand which neighborhoods will be best for them.

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