Stadium Place Apartments

  • Bosa Development Proceeds with Second Condo Tower at Insignia

    News regarding new development projects in Seattle is extremely common these days, with the city experiencing a tech market boom and an increase in residential development that has the city sorted for the next few years. The most recent bits of news regarding the area’s condo market have revolved around Bosa Development Corp.’s Insignia project, and the project is now set to double down on its initiative, thereby completing the developer’s original plan. Another important development hotbed for the city is Pioneer Square where Stadium Place has recently lit the area up with its varied development projects. With a new mixed-use project on the pipeline for the area, it seems that the smallest of roadblocks might change the developer’s mind.

    Seattle 30 September 2013 04:48

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