Gridiron, the new construction condominium in Pioneer Square, has received it's certificate of occupancy and has started closing homes. Now that the building is mostly complete, we were able to walk through, tour the building and amenities, learn about the remaining available units and enjoy the actual views and finishes in person.
We summarized the basics and also added in some additional information along with our opinions. Additional photos are also below.
- 27 condo units left available
- 7 are 2 bedrooms and the rest are open one or one bedroom homes
- Remaining open 1 bedrooms
- 620 to 819 square feet
- Priced from $606,900 to $786,900
- HOA dues from $447 to $591
- Remaining 1 bedrooms
- 771 to 855 square feet
- Priced from $721,900 to $811,900
- HOA dues from $557 to $616
- Remaining 2 bedrooms
- 983 to 1,034 square feet
- Prices from $881,900 to $1,056,900
- HOA dues from $708 to $745
- Parking: NOT included with any home; one space is available for purchase for an additional $50,000 for homes priced above $671,900
- Storage: No storage units are remaining
- HOA dues: calculated at around $.70/sqft; include garbage, gas, earthquake insurance, concierge and building maintenance
- Amenities: rooftop deck with BBQs and seating areas, party room with kitchen, wine storage lockers, gym, dog run, concierge
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & OPINIONS:
- Every home includes roller shades, which is very rare in new construction
- Ceiling heights range from 9 to 11+ feet, which make the units feel larger, lighter and airier
- The retail spaces in the building are already spoken for and include a restaurant, lofted bar, pizza place and a small market, which are all businesses we think condo owners will use and enjoy
- Flooring is actual hardwood, again rare for new construction and condos in general
- Views from the rooftop deck were better than we expected and are expansive, sweeping across the city, water, port and stadiums and the roof deck itself was larger than we expected
- Wine lockers are available on the amenity level, which is a pretty unique offering
- The overall look, feel and finish level were must more luxe than we expected
- The layouts, with the unique angles and all, were very functional and well thought out
Gridiron was very nicely constructed and finished and we think it is a great opportunity to get into a condo in the city without having to wait in the long lines associated with new construction releases or get into bidding wars on a resale unit. And you don't have to wait several years to move in.
If you would like unit specific pricing and/or floorplans, ping us, we are happy to send those your way.
By Marco Kronen with Seattle Condo Review: A guide to Seattle downtown condos.