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Kundig Remodel For Sale; What to Rent for $1,300/Month

Without further ado, we present the latest and greatest from our sister site, Curbed Seattle.

KUNDIG WIRE -- Originally built in 1977, the owner of this Highlands home asked noted Seattle architect Tom Kundig to remodel this home, which he finished in 2001. Now that owner is selling and the stunning Shoreline home can be yours for $3.39M. Come for the steel pivot doors and gorgeous millwork, stay for the stunning library wall with rolling ladder. Oh and bring your books.

FOR SALE -- Is your life goal to own the tallest building in Seattle and the second-tallest building on the West Coast? This is your hour. Beacon Capital Partners is putting the Columbia Center up for sale. Beacon recently renovated the 76-story structure, originally completed in 1985, after purchasing it for $621 million in 2007. All that Fifty Shades fame must be going to the building's head, er, roof.

CURBED COMPARISONS -- On the hunt for a new apartment in Seattle and looking in the $1,300/month range? You're in luck because Curbed did your work for you and located five reasonable rentals, from South Lake Union to Madison Park to The Junction, and put them head-to-head. Go see which one you like best and then go see them ASAP before everyone else does.

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