Earlier this week, SKANSKA erected the tower crane to begin the vertical construction of the 378-unit, 41-story high-rise located at the corner of Howell Street and Minor Avenue in the burgeoning East Village neighborhood in downtown Seattle. The crane installation is yet another reminder that construction of NEXUS is in full swing with first occupancy scheduled for mid-2019.
“The excitement is building, literally,” said Michael Cannon, Sales Director for NEXUS Condominiums. “Sales activity has really picked up recently as buyers recognize that what we see under construction is what we get for new inventory for-sale until at least 2020 – NEXUS remains the only high-rise opportunity to lock in presale pricing today.”
Above & Below: The NEXUS construction site is buzzing with activity with SKANSKA digging and prepping to go vertical with the development.
Cannon says there are only a handful of homes remaining priced below $1 million as NEXUS continues to set the pace for sales in downtown Seattle. With four new sales in the last week alone, NEXUS is now at 83-percent sold.
The NEXUS crane tower is just the latest large-scale development that is transforming downtown Seattle. Nowhere is the density of development greater than in the northeastern quadrant of the city center where NEXUS is being built.
“Fortunately, we offer a front and center position amidst this incredible renaissance,” adds Cannon. “Our buyers appreciate knowing the growth that is occurring around us and the enduring views that we’ll enjoy from this vantage point.”
Above: A screen grab from www.SeattleinProgress.com illustrates the tremendous number of developments that are reshaping the northeastern corner of downtown Seattle where NEXUS is being built.
Above: NEXUS stands proudly “front and center” of the emerging skyline in the East Village neighborhood of downtown Seattle befitting of its landmark architecture.