[Maritime Week / Bell Street Pier]


Journal staff

Intracorp's three building, 235-unit condominium development, called Waterfront Landings, has already found a strong market of people who want to live on the waterfront. Located across Alaskan Way from Pier 57 and the Bell Street Pier, the $50 million project has already sold out its first two phases.

One-bedroom units will be priced from $145,000 and two-bedrooms start at $250,000. Each unit will have high, 9-foot ceilings, Italianate tile in the kitchen, entryway and master bath, a patio or balcony and gas log fireplaces.

The Waterfront Landings will immediately create a residential community on the waterfront that hasn't existed before. With its residents as a base market, the surrounding area may soon be able to support more retail development along the waterfront.

Plans call for Phase I construction to begin early this summer and be completed in June 1997. The remaining two phases will be completed by the end of 1999.

Architects for the project are GGLO Architecture. Intracorp is the general contractor for all three phases.

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