Port Townsend’s famous Clam Cannery building has been rehabbed and is in the federal registry of historical buildings, and now after seven years in the making, four condo units in the building are to be sold on the waterfront. In this video, Kevin Harris is interviewed by Chuck Marunde.
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Thanks for sharing. Even though I’m a big fan of historic restoration, I still like to see new condos going up 🙂
Hey!, Great post regarding Townsend Condos in the Clam Cannery Project!
Did they ever sell the condo units with the downturn in the real estate market? And if so, have any of them gone to foreclosure yet?
Your Sequim real estate blog is really good. I was surprised to find so much about Sequim homes for sale and prices and all the tips you give buyers. I plan to come to Sequim and hope to get together and talk about buying a home there.