Enhancing the glory and galore of Seattle, the Emerald brings a new level of exceptional luxury high-rise living with its exotic 40-story luxury condominium. From curated meals at the Thompson Seattle to on-demand Tesla X and S, the residents of this stunning property have more perks than one could wish for.

Downtown Seattle has been an upcoming market for luxury condos and penthouses. The grand opening of the Emerald in the summer of this year has renewed the energies of the city’s luxury buyers. Located on the corner of Stewart Street and Second Avenue, one block from Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market, the Emerald looks a stunning Seattle skyline overlooking the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, the Seattle Aquarium, and the city’s newly reimagined waterfront. Emerald’s central location provides easy access to a vibrant mix of fresh markets, top-rated restaurants and bars, world-class museums, galleries, and more. The Emerald sits 30 minutes from SeaTac International Airport and near Seattle’s growing tech campuses across downtown and South Lake Union.

Seattle Emerald 40-story luxury condominium in Seattle, Washington
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Result of a joint venture between Create World Real Estate and Daniels Real Estate, the Emerald stands to be a true marvel of the city. With over 262 signature studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, and penthouses, the forty-story residential tower has two ground-floor retail spaces. The state-of-the-art amenities and benefits and a stunning view make the Emerald an excellent property to have. From design to execution of the latest technology, Emerald creates the most-sought-after luxury experience for every resident of the building. The spaces are meticulously designed by the award-winning, world-renowned Seattle-based design team, Julia Nagele of HEWITT Architects and Susan Marinello Interiors.

Seattle Emerald 40-story luxury condominium in Seattle, Washington
The exuberant penthouses

The Emerald’s crown jewels are the exquisite penthouse collection made up of 22 masterfully designed two-, three-, and four-bedroom premier residences ranging from approximately 1,139 to 3,948 square feet. The premier luxury residences range from $2 million to nearly $11 million, making it Seattle’s most expensive luxury listing along the city’s waterfront. The building’s two top-floor penthouses, appropriately moniker Trillion and Marquise, are a testament of one-of-a-kind floor plans resembling the eponymous gem cuts representing the true essence of luxury in every form and stand in a class of their own.

The Trillion is listed for $10.9 million. The over 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows intensify the sweeping views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains while adding the element of grandeur. The kitchens are fully equipped with appliances by Miele, the Miele drop-down microwave oven, warming drawer, as well as a high-performance Perlick Beverage Center that provides industry-leading cooling refrigeration and storage for wine and beverages for the class apart evening get together and parties. The master bedrooms are exquisitely designed that have a deep sense of privacy, comfort, and style. The bathrooms of these penthouses feature natural stone, radiant heated flooring, and full-height natural stone showers with glass enclosures. Top-of-the-line fixtures include cutting-edge Dornbracht polished chrome bath and shower fittings alongside custom wood cabinetry and sleek Kohler soaking bathtubs.

Seattle Emerald 40-story luxury condominium in Seattle, Washington
The perks and amenities 

Amenities space on the 3rd floor includes the state-of-the-art fitness center, pet walk and pet spa, yoga studio, resident guest suites, an outdoor terrace, and a chef-caliber catering kitchen. The resident guest suites are an excellent addition for residents that have guests over and would want to have them stay at the Emerald than anywhere else. The 39th floor focuses on the more aesthetically pleasing amenities; a mixture of indoor and outdoor lounge and fire pits couple with gorgeous views can only cheer people up. The notable highlight is the Olympic Room (named after the view from the lounge) that faces the West and has a spectacular unobstructed view of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. It’s encouraging to see the top floor occupied by the Community Space for every resident to enjoy.

Apart from exquisite breath-taking views, the Emerald has various high living perks and amenities that the residents could. Considering the encouragement of the city towards alternative transportations modes and renewable energy resources, the parking would have on-demand Tesla Model X and S for the residents to rent for their requirements. The condominium is also the first building in Seattle to introduce Latch’s keyless technology offering a seamless and secure flow throughout the building.

The management has also entered into a partnership with leading luxury boutique hotel, Thompson Seattle, to deliver the building’s current and future homeowners a resort-style living experience. The hotel is situated near the building. Thompson Seattle will invite owners and prospects to enjoy a one-of-a-kind, discounted “Hard Hat Home Away Package,” offering incredible views, walkability to fine dining, coveted retailers, and the city’s beloved public market.

“We are excited to join forces with The Emerald and deliver an unforgettable living experience for locals and those relocating from all around the country,” said Thompson Seattle General Manager Amanda Parsons. “The synergies between both brands will help elevate Seattle’s developing waterfront and further position the city as one of the nation’s celebrated destinations for residents and travelers alike.”

From February 2020, current and future residents of The Emerald would enjoy curated food and beverage experiences, including discounted meals at Conversation, Thompson Seattle’s signature restaurant, and a secret signature cocktail menu at The Nest, the hotel’s striking rooftop bar and lounge.

The Emerald is a luxury condominium that gives us a look into the future of luxury living and shows us how efficiently that will be done.