Why So Few Condos in Seattle (Part 2)
In last week’s post, we discussed the data and hard numbers supporting the influx of apartment buildings over condominium projects in the Puget Sound region. We concluded simple economics-maximizing profit-was the reason the large number of cranes in Seattle and Bellevue are constructing apartment buildings and not condominiums. But that’s not what the building industry wants you to think. Read the article………….
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