In 2004, E. Cobb Architects were brought in to remodel Unit W307 at 2200 Westlake in South Lake Union. What they came up now could be yours so long as you've got $1,500,000 (plus $1,356/month in HOAs) to spare.
It's not easy to find large condos in the heart of the city but you'll find 1,668 square-feet of space set across two levels in this two-bedroom. It almost feels like there's more windows than walls here and the main living area benefits greatly thanks to the huge ceilings and abundance of light. A sizable private terrace is located just on the other side of those windows.
The whole unit is based around the dining table, a tip-off that this is an entertainer's space. That's flanked by a custom fireplace and living room on one side and the open kitchen on the other. There's new maple cabinets and oak floors throughout.
Up the steel and glass staircase you'll find the bedrooms, though neither shows up in listing photos. We can only assume they live up to the downstairs.
That $1.5M price tag isn't just for the condo, it's also for the location. If having a central spot in the middle of Seattle's "new downtown" is what you want, you've found your homebase. It also doesn't hurt to have a Whole Foods and Starbucks right downstairs.
· 900 Lenora Unit W307 [Estately]