Discover the perks of living in one of Seattle’s most iconic residential buildings
Prospective homebuyers at Gridiron Condos now have the opportunity to purchase an urban condominium in the heart of Pioneer Square at 3.5 percent down payment and first-year mortgages that start at 2.5 percent interest rates. Second-year mortgages are offered at 3.5 percent, while third-year through remaining term is offered at just 4.5 percent interest.
Gridiron is a boutique 12-story community that includes the historic restoration of the 115-year-old iconic Johnson Plumbing Building – a one-of-a-kind property with a value proposition that is equally extraordinary.
Under these unique terms, an urban one-bedroom home (650-sq. ft.) offered at $566,900 would require less than $15,000 down payment (plus closing costs) and first-year monthly payments of $2,667 including principal, interest and HOA dues. See agent for terms and conditions.
The introduction of Gridiron comes at a time when high-tech companies and other large employers like Facebook look to locate offices in the nearby SoDo industrial district. Within Pioneer Square, prospective buyers are discovering the appeal of neighborhood history, a burgeoning arts community where galleries line the streets, where Victorian and Romanesque Revival architecture add character and charm, and the excitement of professional sports is immediately within reach.
Gridiron is perfectly situated within walking distance of King Street Station – the regional transportation hub for both Sound Transit’s Sounder commuter trains as well as LINK light rail service Sound Transit 3 – a $55 billion regional expansion that will further connect Pioneer Square to the greater metro area and downtown Bellevue.
Award-winning firm Hewitt Architects designed these homes with iconic concrete, steel and glass architecture. Pioneer Square-based interior designer Jennie Gruss created industrial-chic urban one-bedroom, one- and two-bedroom flats and lofts between 622–1,726 sq. ft., which are being offered from $566,900 to $1,149,900.
In the ever-changing cityscape of Seattle, urban luxury towers are continuing to change the skyline and feature amenities that rival four-star hotels. Gridiron is no exception, with a state-of the-art fitness center, dog retreat and expansive penthouse rooftop terrace. At the top of the building, two lounges and a rooftop deck offer splendid views of not only CenturyLink Field but Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, Downtown Seattle, the Cascades and beyond.
Continued improvements of Pioneer Square include the new Seattle Streetcar which currently connects the fast-growing tech-centered South Lake Union neighborhood to Seattle’s vibrant downtown core, consisting of 1.3 miles, seven stops, and full of shops and restaurants as well as Lake Union’s 12-acre waterfront park.
It is important to note that building high-quality, public spaces supports the building of strong communities that thrive into the future. As Seattle continues to grow at one of the fastest rates in the country, the waterfront park takes on added importance. Waterfront Seattle will contribute more green space where residents can gather to enjoy community events and the natural beauty of the Puget Sound. Beautiful public spaces and year-round cultural, educational, and recreational activities will reconnect the residents to its waterfront and improve access and mobility—all of which is being made possible by the removal of the failing Alaskan Way Viaduct and replacement of the deteriorating Elliot Bay Seawall.
For more information, visit www.GridironCondos.com or the Sales Office located inside the Gridiron building at 590 First Avenue South.