Green Lake Wallingford YTD Sales Trends

Sales Trends for the Green Lake and Wallingford Neighborhoods

Listings as of 8/26/2012 at 8:20:14PM

Residential

2- Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms 4 Bedrooms 5+ Bedrooms All Bedrooms

Sold

# of homes 58 – 2 bedrooms,  137 – 3 bedrooms,  55 – 4 bedrooms,  11 – 5 bedrooms  261 total homes sold since January 1, 2012.

Average Sold Price $356,627 $487,705 $646,460 $702,541 $501,085

Average Market Time 27 (2br) days on market,  23 (3br) days on market, 17(4br) days on market,  32(5+br) days on market  23 day on market for all homes in these neighborhoods

Average Square Feet 1,414 1,918 2,557 2,995 1,986

Condominium

2- Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms 4 Bedrooms 5+ Bedrooms All Bedrooms

# Units Sold since January 1, 2012: 45 (2br) 5  (3br) 0 (4br) 0 (5+br)  50 total

Dollar Value $11,877,233 $2,309,950 $0 $0 $14,187,183

Average Sold Price $263,939 $461,990 $0 $0 $283,744

Average Market Time: 122 (2br) days on market,  22 (3br) 0 0 112 days on market for all condos in this area.

Average Square Feet 873 1,626 0 0 949

All information is reliable, but not guaranteed and derived from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service

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Wallingford Meeting October 5: proposed increase in building height

Wallingford Community Council Meeting
This Wednesday, October 5th
7 pm
Good Shepherd Center, Room 202
 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N

The City, in conjunction with a developer, is proposing to amend a section of the zoning code to allow a very large and tall office building on on Stone Way between 34th and 35th streets. The code change would increase the height limit from 45 feet to 65 feet (not including roof top equipment).

The Community Council will hear from the developer, neighbors and interested parties and discuss what position or action should be taken by the WCC.

The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) says the “additional increments of view blockage and/or the incorporation of unconventional-appearing buildings” would pose “adverse but not significant adverse potential because, in part, the potentially affected vicinity is not highly sensitive.”

What do YOU think?