Seattle's NEXUS tower has welcomed the first of 600 residents
Seattle’s newest condominium community, NEXUS, has officially welcomed its first 600 inhabitants.
The hard-to-miss stacked-cube building is the first residential condominium tower to be built in downtown Seattle in close to a decade and is being hailed as a captivating symbol of downtown Seattle’s promising future.
“Our vision was to challenge the status quo and create a transformative new community that will elevate the urban living experience in downtown Seattle,” said Christian Chan, Chief Executive Officer of Burrard Properties, the developers of the impressive building. “We’re confident we’ve achieved that with NEXUS through thoughtful planning by the industry’s best, resulting in striking architecture, luxurious interiors, state-of-the-art technology and world-class amenities for our homeowners.”
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Earlier this month, Burrard Properties walked homeowners through the completed building, with move-ins commencing earlier this week.
The building is marketed as a “vertical village and urban living experience,” featuring modern floor plans, contemporary interiors, high ceilings, and views of downtown Seattle and the Puget Sound.
NEXUS has dedicated 20,000 sq. ft. to amenities that serve today’s modern lifestyle: co-working spaces, media lounge, fitness room, public and private dining facilities, Sky Lounge, and outdoor entertaining areas with fireplaces and barbecues.
Out of 389 units, only 30 remain available for purchase.
The remaining condos and penthouses start in the $900,000s and are viewable at nexusseattle.com.