Originally published on Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty blog on March 26, 2019.
A panel of development and real estate industry experts hosted a discussion about the multi-billion-dollar transformation of Seattle’s waterfront and the residential revival along the two-mile stretch that was formerly the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Moderated by Geekwire co-founder Jonathan Sposato, the panel included Kevin Daniels of Daniels Real Estate, Julia Nagele of HEWITT, and both Moira Holley and Scott Wasner of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR). It was hosted at Gridiron Condominiums, which has a first-row seat on Railroad Way, a future pedestrian gateway linking the waterfront promenade to Pioneer Square and the stadiums. This prime location offers expansive vistas of Elliott Bay and downtown Seattle’s skyline, as well as a future view of the new Cruise Ship Terminal slated by the Port of Seattle on 29 acres at Pier 46. The seaport will be reimagined by 2022 as a third deep water dock designed to host the largest of cruise ships up to 250,000 gross register tons (GRT).
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