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Four Seasons Announces 22 Closings and 3 More in the Hopper

February 5, 2009 by  
Filed under 4Seasons

Only 11 remaining units at the Four Seasons.  That’s pretty good.  The high-end market seems to be doing well here in Seattle.  Both the Four Seasons and Fifteen Twenty-One are showing several closed sales this month.
Here’s the news release:

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Seattle Announces Project Milestone

Property Demonstrates Continued Momentum with Recent Closings

SEATTLE – February 5, 2009 – Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Seattle today announced it has sold 25 of its 36 luxury private residences and officially closed on 22 of those sales.  The major project milestone is valued at more than $120 million dollars in closings to date, most of which have occurred in the past several months since Thanksgiving.

“Despite current economic conditions, the steady demand for our unique residences is fueled by a combination of key elements, characteristic of the Four Seasons brand: exclusive, world-class locations, the most luxurious amenities, unsurpassed service and attention to the smallest of details,” said Ben Trodd, General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Seattle. “Residents are effortlessly catered to and we provide the same levels of attentive, intuitive service that have become our hallmark throughout the world”.

Residents of Four Seasons have access to residential concierge service, valet parking, 24-hour room service and the hotel’s full array of amenities and services.  Whether having Four Seasons cater an event at home or tend to their affairs while they’re away, residents live an effortless lifestyle.  Available residences range from $2 million to more than $15 million.

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