February 13, 2020 (Seattle, WA)– Burrard Properties is pleased to announce that the first of six hundred new homeowners will start to move into NEXUS, Seattle’s newest condominium community this week. Located at the corner Minor and Howell Street, the iconic 41-storey building known for its striking stacked and shifted cube form is the first new residential condominium tower to be built in downtown Seattle in close to a decade. NEXUS is being hailed as a captivating symbol of the burgeoning neighborhood and the future of urban living in downtown Seattle.
“We’re delighted to start the process of welcoming all of our residents to their beautiful new homes at NEXUS,” said Christian Chan, Chief Executive Officer, Burrard Properties. “Our vision was to challenge the status quo and create a transformative new community that will elevate the urban living experience in downtown Seattle. We’re confident we’ve achieved that with NEXUS through thoughtful planning by the industry’s best, resulting in striking architecture, luxurious interiors, state-of-the-art technology and world-class amenities for our homeowners.”
With 93% of the 389 units sold, the NEXUS Homeowner Care Team has been facilitating the first new homeowner walk-throughs since early February, with move-ins commencing over the next few weeks. A grand opening event for media and key stakeholders will be held sometime in early spring. Broker tours are available now and two display suites will be open by appointment starting in early March.
Since presales launched, the project has attracted a range of buyers from high tech and business professionals to downsizers and investors. With just 30 of the 389 homes still available, the remaining units are premier condos and penthouses comprised of one, two and three bedroom homes, starting from the high $900,000s.
NEXUS isn’t just turning heads for its striking architecture and impressive interior design, Burrard is also receiving accolades for creating a next-generation urban living experience that integrates a meticulously programmed collection of live, work and play spaces in a central downtown location unlike any condominium building in Seattle before. The impressive vertical village offers an array of modern floorplans featuring crisp contemporary interiors with luxurious finishes, high ceilings and expansive windows – most with breathtaking views of downtown Seattle and the Puget Sound. With 20,000 square feet dedicated to amenities that graciously serve today’s modern lifestyle, residents have access to convenient co-working spaces, a media lounge, fitness room, public and private dining facilities, Sky Lounge, and lavish outdoor entertaining areas with fireplaces and barbecues. NEXUS also features a carefully curated art program with works by local and international artists throughout the building.
Technology is also integral at NEXUS, with a fully programmed all-in-one NEXUS Resident App that allows every homeowner to manage in-home devices and also integrate with the overall building systems to provide building and unit access, connection to gym equipment and package lockers, and booking of building amenities. Every detail within the building has been thoughtfully designed to spark inspiration, wellness and convenience, creating the ultimate urban lifestyle for residents as they live, work and play at NEXUS.
ABOUT BURRARD PROPERTIES
NEXUS is being developed by Burrard Properties, a Vancouver, B.C.-based company with offices in Vancouver and Seattle, and an impressive track record of landmark communities and investments around the Pacific Rim. Founded in 1979, Burrard’s vision is a better urban experience for all, with a mission to create engaging places that meaningfully improve quality of life. The family-owned company is known for building and managing a diverse portfolio of master-planned communities, residential developments, commercial assets, and resort/hospitality properties, which have garnered over 40 industry awards. Most recently, Burrard announced plans to bring an innovative new urban living concept designed by renowned architectural firm, Herzog & de Meuron to Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood by 2024.