On June 30, representatives plan to close the sales center for NEXUS, a 41-story, 389-unit tower that is scheduled to open in downtown Seattle in the second half of 2019.
With three sales this month, fewer than 30 homes now remain available for purchase and personalization at NEXUS, a luxury condominium high-rise being built in the northeast corner of downtown.
On June 30, representatives plan to close the sales center, at 2609 First Ave. The 41-story, 389-unit tower is scheduled to open at 1808 Minor Ave. in the second half of 2019.
Now is also the final opportunity to access the NEXUS design center. The developer, The Burrard Group, is offering a $25,000 design credit on all remaining Sky Series Homes for a limited time.
- 17 two-bedroom, two-bath homes with 945 to 1,455 square feet of living space; priced from $1,249,950.
- Four two-bedroom, 2.5-bath homes with 1,395 to 1,513 square feet of living space; priced from $2,099,950.
- Six three-bedroom, two-bath homes with 1,500 to 1,568 square feet of living space; priced from $2.1 million.
- One three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home with 1,807 square feet of living space; priced at $2.595 million.
- Three two- and three-bedroom, two-story SkyLofts with 1,504 to 1,732 square feet of living space; priced from $2,195,950.
The Sky Series homes typically feature larger floor plans, many of which include unique architectural attributes such as taller ceilings, private terraces or two-story loft environments. Penthouse homes on the 39th and 40th floors also feature Miele appliances with gas cooking and natural stone countertops with waterfall island design treatment.
One penthouse unit combination of approximately 3,200 square feet was custom designed for nearly $5 million. But given the construction schedule, Chan says, no additional unit combinations can be accommodated.
NEXUS is the only condominium high-rise being offered for presale in Seattle, and is the only new for-sale offering to be delivered in downtown Seattle in 2019, according to Dean Jones, president and CEO of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty.
“Burrard Group anticipated the condominium comeback, and NEXUS is now well positioned to offer new inventory at a time of anemic supply,” he says. “I can understand the preference to retain unsold homes and price in a progressed market closer to delivery. The market shows no sign of slowing down, and current trends suggest values would be higher when they are ready for tours and immediate move-in.”
Jones says presales at NEXUS offer consumers an important opportunity to lock in a future purchase with a deposit that is relatively modest compared to those required in other metropolitan markets. Once a buyer has secured their home for presale, they can plan ahead for their move and prepare any currently owned homes for resale within a rising market.