When it opened in 2008, the Four Seasons Seattle Private Residences were selling for anywhere between $2M and $15M. Around 2010, prices on most units have come down roughly 50% and leveled off. A good chunk of the 36 luxury condos have remained on the market since. Now, it looks like there's movement again. Unit #1501 recently sold for $6.2M (original asking $8.7M) and another unit is currently pending. That leaves only a handful of condos on the market if you're interested.
Let's take a look at the most expensive and least expensive Four Seasons Seattle condos still on the market just in case you want to jump in.
The priciest unit on the market remains Unit 1801, which has been listed for 676 days now. At $7.155M, the 2-BR/2-bath unit is everything you'd want for the location and the price. The best views possible and walls of windows to see them from.
If you're looking for the frugal option, in a manner of speaking, look no further than Unit 1505. This 1,328 sq. ft. 1-BR will run you a mere $1.438M. You still get some pretty nice city views and the space is flexible enough to play around with.
· Gaining traction: Condo sales pick up at Four Seasons Seattle [PSBJ]
· 99 Union St #1501 [Redfin]
· 99 Union St Unit 1801 [Estately]
· 99 Union St, Unit 1505 [Estately]