KIRKLAND, WASH. (STL.News) – Terrene Urban, CES Properties, and Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty celebrated the construction groundbreaking for the biggest for-sale new condominium development in Kirkland in more than 10 years—JADE Residences. Leaders of Terrene Urban Wade Metz and Mike Walsh were joined by Ed Springman and Bill Wagner, project equity partners of CES Properties, along with RSIR Founder and CEO Dean Jones and RSIR Vice President of Sales Matt Vandamm as they planted the first golden shovels into the construction site that will soon boast 135 condominium homes. Also present to the event were Diane Keys and Jeff Williams of Johnson Braund Architects and Melinda Sechrist, Pooja Jain, and Carol Miglorie of the award-winning Sechrist Design Associates.
Drawing from an internationally-inspired aesthetic, this collection of luxe condominiums was designed with the next generation of homebuyers—from young newcomers to urban-living techies—specifically in mind.
“It’s a great time for a project like this,” remarked Metz in welcoming all those who attended. “The market hasn’t seen anything like this in the last 15 years. We have the location, the amenities, the right sizes, and the right price.”
JADE’s unique amenities include walking distance to Kirkland’s Totem Lake Village shopping center, roof top deck, full concierge—unique to a building of this size, dog walk station, club room, and even electric charging for cars in private resident parking.
JADE offers studio, one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, and two-bedrooms starting below $400,000 to more than $900,000, with delivery projected in winter 2020/21. Visit jadekirkland.com to learn how you can live your life in JADE.