Across two Denny Triangle towers, Insignia contains 698 condo units. As of October 1, only twenty of them were still available for initial sale.
Located at the intersection of Pike/Pine and First Hill, Luma includes 168 residences. If you wanted to get in on one of them, you only had 18 left to choose from as of the beginning of last month.
There are big differences between Downtown Seattle’s biggest recent condo additions, namely in prices. Available Insignia units range from the mid $900,000s to over $2.7 million while Luma’s available units go as low as $594,950.00 for 1-BRs and $1,359,950 for 2-BR + den units.
But what they have in common is that their inventory has been moving at a steady clip in recent months and pretty soon you’re going to either have to look elsewhere or take yourself to the resale market.
One place you can look is Gridiron, which will offer 107 residences (60 studios, 38 one bedrooms and nine two bedrooms) on top of a Dave Meinart retail level. Even though residents won’t be moving in until September 2017, they’ve already got 33 units contract and will fill up before you know it. 1-BRs start at $559,000 and 2-BRs start at $999,900
urbnlivn points out some other options for would-be condo buyers that are dwindling. Of the 374 units at the upcoming Nexus, 310 are already reserved (you should have camped out). Hendon Condos in Phinney Ridge still has 21 of 32 units available. Also, two of the three units in Madison Park’s The Odessa are still up for grabs.