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Eleven Eleven East Pike – Still available, but not for long!

October 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Eleven Eleven Pike, Featured

You have ten chances left to live in a work of art.  Two-thirds of this remarkable building’s homes are already sold. Priced to sell at 35% off the original price, and taking FHA financing, it’s a great time to get in on a Seattle original. 

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Eleven Eleven East Pike (Eleven Eleven) have open one-bedroom loft floorplans and is the debut boutique condo project of local award-winning Seattle architect Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects. Kundig is famous for combining architecture with invention in his designs, or “working art”, and Eleven Eleven received special attention. Each unit has an exclusive “puzzle wall” system.  With a track running along the ceiling and wheels along the bottom, you get a wall you can move around, giving you choices in how to shape your interior spaces. Kundig also introduces his original “Urban RV”.  Another piece you can move around, you can transform the Urban RV as you need to into a coffee table, a kitchen island, or even a desk.  The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, and a rooftop garden offers a peaceful place to enjoy the famous Seattle views.

Another closeout incentive includes a Smart Car “Smart fortwo” vehicle for selected homes.  Smart Cars, manufactured by Daimler/Chrysler, are the country’s most fuel-efficient, non-hybrid, gasoline-powered vehicles.  And here’s a piece of trivia for you: it was first developed in the late 1980’s by the makers of the Swatch watch!  They wanted to create a small but stylish city car, using the same manufacturing and personalization methods that were so successful with their watches.  Soon known as a Swatchmobile, the concept was first sold to Volkswagen, and eventually wound up with Daimler.

Eleven Eleven is located in the heart of Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine corridor, central to a number of art venues, restaurants and retail stores. Trader Joe’s, Capitol Hill Arts Center, and Seattle University are all nearby.  Home sizes range between 612 to 795 square feet, and prices run between $239,950 and $359,950. Make your move today by filling out our contact form at this Stroupe Group link!

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