Life above the clouds

in Downtown Seattle


A Curated Collection of Our Favorite
Downtown Condo buildings

Seattle is a city on the move and, while this space is in no way an exhaustive list of condo buildings in the downtown area, within you'll find a carefully curated collection of condos that possess the exacting standards that we expect for our clients. When we talk about the luxurious lifestyle of downtown Seattle, this is what we're talking about.


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Downtown Seattle Neighborhoods

Where do you want to live?

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The sparkle of the city

Surrounded by mountains, the Puget Sound and evergreen forests, the city of Seattle is the quintessential Pacific Northwest experience. Combining acres of parkland, iconic landmarks, waterfront, lakes, rivers, modern structures and historic monuments, living here is like having one foot in nature and one in the excitement of the city.

A hub for both industry and technology, Seattle is one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation right now, with Google, Amazon and Expedia bringing in people from all over the world. Not only the home of the Mariners, the Sounders, and the Seattle Seahawks, but also the Seattle Symphony and the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Here you will find expression and communication in all its forms.


WElcome to the Emerald City

The view is up to you!

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BELLTOWN | Teeming with incredible restaurants, bars and shopping, Belltown is a bustling neighborhood that simply bubbles with activity. Whether you're looking for a lunch spot, dinner out with views of the Puget Sound or a bustling nightlife, Belltown is the neighborhood for you. Settled just north of downtown, Belltown offers a myriad of experiences including the incredible Seattle Art Museum's Sculpture Park right on the waterfront.


DOWNTOWN SEATTLE | From the heart of the Seattle waterfront to the fantastical elephant at the peak of the Denny Triangle, Seattle's compact Downtown district is highlighted by the eclectic restaurants, art galleries and big-name stores like Nordstrom. Dive into Seattle's music scene, enjoy the myriads of theatre productions or browse local bookstores and art galleries; Seattle has something for everyone.


FINANCIAL DISTRICT | Located in the very heart of downtown, the Financial District rises to incredible heights. Visit the Seattle Central Library designed by Rem Koolhaas with its incredible architecture. Gaze up at the gorgeous curves of the Columbia Tower. Connect with the ferries and watch your world expand. At ground level, the shopping, flagship department stores, modern boutiques and some of the country's hottest restaurants highlight the Financial Districts charm.


FIRST HILL | Rising behind the retail core of downtown Seattle, First Hill is a diverse jumble of apartments, townhouses, high-rise apartments, historic mansions and hospitals. The Frye Art Museum displays incredible art by European and American artists, and the Roman Revival Town Hall hosts lectures, author readings and concerts. The juxtaposition of the clean-lined hospitals and ancient brick buildings create a treat for the eyes while you enjoy dining at one of the many casual eateries.


PIKE PLACE MARKET | Besides being the place most-recommended by local Seattlites to visiting guests, Pike Place Market is the oldest, continuously operating farmers market in the country. More than 10 million people a year visit the market, and it's one of the best people-watching places in the city. Here you will find fresh flowers, flying fish, ostrich eggs, books, world-renowned restaurants, local musicians, comedy clubs and the incredible views of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.


SOUTH LAKE UNION | Home to the e-commerce giant, Amazon, South Lake Union is the city's hub of both technology and culture. Waterfront shops and restaurants along with the elegant parks around the water, create spaces that are both natural and highly designed. The MOHAI (Museum of History & Industry) is a huge draw for locals and tourists alike. Art, technology and history combine in a neighborhood with maritime flair.