This home oozes luxury
The classic industrial vibe includes plenty of exposed wood
Modern updates don’t sacrifice a century-old aesthetic—and vice-versa—in this stately home.
This Capitol Hill condo lives like a house, with two floors, a private entrance, and an airy interior.
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It’s hard to find a townhouse with this much vintage charm—including a brick and terra cotta exterior, period millwork, and an elaborate courtyard.
The home boasts a vast, open layout,with dramatic marble finishes.
It’s been standing for more than a century
This apartment has all the gorgeous features of the iconic building—in a smaller package.
The contractor designed some of Capitol Hill’s most striking buildings
All kinds of 1929 details packed into a tiny package
This 1907 condo got a posh update while keeping vintage details—including a fireplace
Custom woodwork makes this studio shine
The space gets high marks for its tall ceilings and historic features
Live inside a landmark
This is an especially opulent unit in the already-ritzy Sanctuary building
Featuring 14-foot windows
The woodwork stays, the carpet goes
It doesn’t exist—but if it did, how many millions would Frasier’s place command?
The project by California developer Laconia has been in development for more than a decade
This small, quiet co-up unit carves out distinct spaces
A few houses, a penthouse, and a brand-new condo
Featuring the Zig Zag Café on the second floor
Another condo tower is mostly spoken for before construction is even finished
New, luxury towers have become the norm in Seattle—but most of them are for rent
The one-bedroom condo has both a balcony and a terrace
As inventory is going down, prices are going up
Bosa’s Eastside project is inspired by quartz
Bring out the bookishness