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Downtown Seattle’s best-selling high-rise residence has officially arrived. Insignia’s South Tower is now complete and open to the public during a special Open House on Sunday, August 2 from noon to 4 p.m. Visitors are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments while touring three furnished model residences and an exclusive resort-style amenity collection.

Tours will be limited to 50 guests per hour and reservations are encouraged. Please click here to select and reserve the time frame that you and your guest will be attending.

A highlight of the tour is the 41st floor sky retreat and resident lounge which features an entertaining kitchen and lounge areas, an expansive outdoor terrace and panoramic views spanning the Olympic Mountains to the Puget Sound.

 “I love knowing that I have access to the best views at the top of the towers,” said Insignia homeowner Katy H. “The fact that they’re reserved for all residents as a sky retreat is absolutely incredible and I plan to be up there enjoying the views and lounge areas as much as possible.”

Other amenity tour highlights include an attended lobby, private screening room and bar, 41st floor outdoor pet retreat, 2-story fitness atrium with a dedicated yoga and pilates area, and a 7th-floor park terrace with landscaped walking paths, fireplace and community grilling/dining areas.

Priced from the $500,000s, the residences at Insignia feature one bedroom plus den and two bedroom floor plans ranging from approximately 868 to 2,520 square feet. Throughout the homes, residents will find special touches that speak to attention to detail and quality craftsmanship. Interiors feature Bosch and Thermador cabinet-front appliances, gas cooktops, quartz countertops, European-inspired cabinetry, designer finishes, elegant lighting fixtures, engineered hardwood floors, solid-core interior doors, operable windows and tiled balconies. 

“Several hundred people have toured the building since our recent opening and everyone has been exceedingly impressed with the overall design and quality,” said Bemi Jauhal, Bosa Director of Sales and Marketing. “There’s a distinct look that is quite a step forward from the existing downtown residences.” 

The main objective of Insignia’s interior design team, Mitchell Freedland Design, was to create a fashion-forward design that stands the test of time from both an aesthetic and practical perspective.

“Trends come and go,” said Freedland. “Good interior design elicits an emotional response to a balanced and well-lit composition of elements that are mindful of how the home and common spaces will be used. We wanted to give residents a classic and timeless quality they’ll appreciate and enjoy for years to come.”

Just blocks from the water’s edge, Insignia’s two 41-story towers are centrally located where Downtown, Belltown and South Lake Union intersect and are within short walking distance to a long list of shopping and dining destinations.

Completion of Insignia’s newly released second tower is anticipated for Summer 2016 and will feature many of the floor plans that sold-out quickly in the first tower, as well as the addition of larger homes to meet the growing demand from downsizing residents.

The Insignia Sales Center has moved onsite and is now located at 588 Bell Street in downtown Seattle, between 5th and 6th Avenue. To schedule a private tour or register for future updates and events, visit InsigniaLiving.com or call 206-728-6239. Appointments are appreciated.