The listing says this place is located in Seward Park but most would just say it’s in Rainier Valley. Either way, this seven-bedroom, 12,330 square-foot waterfront home just hit the market asking an eye-popping $8,688,000.
We learned this morning that if you want to be able to afford a median price house in Seattle, you'll have to make $83K/year. That's a median price of $420K, per HSH.com's numbers. We decided it might be time to see what $420K gets you, then.
When ST3 was unveiled, timelines like 2033 for West Seattle and 2038 for Ballard might have been better than nothing but still felt eons away. Thanks to new "financial assumptions," Sound Transit has bumped up some of their long-range deadlines.
Rainier Court Associates and Johnson Braund bring their plans for both sides of Rainier Court IV back before the design review board tonight for what they hope is a recommendation to move forward on the affordable housing development.