This new luxury condominium tower has a convenience that no other building in Seattle can offer


Making eye contact with the Space Needle, the 41-story, 440-foot Spire Seattle is a new luxury condominium tower located atop Belltown, South Lake Union, and the Denny Triangle. The units in this building are for sale now and are going fast.

Seattle has its share of luxury condo towers, but Speyer is unique among them. Its design makes for an impressive silhouette. It is a 10,660 square foot LEED Silver certified triangle, with 360 degree views of Puget Sound, Lake Union and the mountains beyond.

Rising skyward from its address of 2510 6th Ave., Spire is “the closest skyscraper to the Space Needle,” according to the official website, and indeed appears to agree with the icon. Yet despite these colossal numbers, the land from which the Spire rises is only a quarter of an acre, which is akin to land that could house a single-family home – an impressive architectural achievement.

Speyer offers 343 one, two and three bedroom luxury condominiums. Prices range from $ 400,000 for a smaller unit to $ 4 million for a penthouse. Each unit has stunning views, thanks to the building’s triangular design.

The amenities here are also remarkable. The top two floors of the tower are dedicated to amenities that allow every resident (not just penthouse owners) to access a terrace with incredible views. Also available: a fitness room, a shared workspace, an animal park and a washing station, a theater, etc.

There’s also a 102-foot underground garage, and it’s fully automated, meaning residents can enter a gate, exit their car, and have the car parked automatically thanks to an ingenious computer-controlled system: none driver is needed. This parking system is the first of its kind in Seattle. See the parking garage in action here.

Interested? Better to hurry. Spire is Seattle’s best-selling high-rise building in 2021 with 81 homes sold in 8 months, beating all other actively listed high-rise towers in the city. Keep scrolling to take a tour.

Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the perspective of the tenant and the new buyer, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert.


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