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March 8, 2013

Eastside towers on track to sell out this year

Home 3306 (shown) is priced at $919,000. It has two bedrooms, three baths, a den and views to the south.

Bellevue Towers

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BELLEVUE -- Fewer than 60 homes remain for sale at Bellevue Towers, and the project is on track to sell out later this year.

After selling 183 condominium homes in 2012, Bellevue Towers has closed 24 sales in the first two months of this year, and 21 more sales are pending. Nearly 90 percent of the 539 homes at Bellevue Towers have sold.

All of the project's one-bedroom and studio homes have sold. The remaining inventory consists of two-bedroom homes (most with a study or den) and a handful of penthouses, including the two top-floor penthouses. Each has four bedrooms and more than 6,000 square feet of living space.

"While the starting price for the remaining homes is $854,000, it is clear that demand for this price point is high," says Patrick Clark, principal of Realty Trust, the brokerage company marketing and selling the homes at Bellevue Towers. He points to the fact that the average price of the two-bedroom homes sold this year is $945,000.

"The level of sales activity year-to-date has continued to keep pace with 2012, even as we have sold through the most affordable homes already," Clark says. "With the recovery of the residential resale market, demand for the most premium homes at Bellevue Towers has continued to strengthen in recent months. Buyers have recognized the superb value offered at Bellevue Towers and are taking advantage of the diminishing opportunity to purchase a new home here."

Bellevue Towers has sold more than 340 homes since January 2011. Last year's 183 sales was more than the next five best-selling luxury condominium projects in the Bellevue-Seattle market combined.

"Bellevue Towers has the perfect blend of green design with beautiful engineering and durability," says Omer Qureshi, who recently bought a home with his wife, Valentina. "It's amazing the thoughtfulness Bellevue Towers takes every day to make every resident feel comfortable. The location of Bellevue Towers makes urban living a joy."

Bellevue Towers consists of a 42-story North Tower and a 43-story South Tower. Each tower has its own lobby and concierge service, and shares an array of other amenities. In addition to an Urban Garden, residents have access to a private screening room, dining room with terrace and chef's kitchen, fitness center, spa, sun deck and a great room that opens to an outdoor terrace with a fireplace and barbecue grill.

The project also features more than 500 original pieces from Northwest artists, including Lucinda Parker, Julie Speidel and George Batho.

Standard appliances and finishes in each kitchen include Viking or Wolf cooktops and ranges, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers and full-height granite backsplashes. Master bathrooms are finished in marble or travertine.

Located in the heart of downtown Bellevue, at the intersection of Northeast Fourth Street and 106th Avenue, Bellevue Towers is within walking distance to shopping, dining and Bellevue Downtown Park. Homes showcase city, lake and mountain views.

Bellevue Towers has been awarded LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold status, making it the largest LEED Gold residential development in the Northwest.

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