Bosa Development prepares for 21-story high-rise in Downtown

  • Thursday, December 8, 2016 1:30am
  • Business

Following the success of Insignia in downtown Seattle, Bosa Development has announced One88 as its first venture on the Eastside, bringing a 21-story luxury residential tower to Downtown Bellevue.

One88 will be offer approximately 143 one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, as well as penthouse residences. Vancouver-based Amanat Architect has been named project architect and Hirsch Bedner Associates named as the interior design firm.

“With Bellevue experiencing such tremendous growth and the lack of new urban condominium options, One88 will bring an entirely new luxury real estate offering to the downtown area,” said Bemi Jauhal, director of sales and marketing for Bosa. “The Eastside is booming and we look forward to bringing the quality and success of our Insignia project, that is nearing sell-out, to our first project in Bellevue.”

Located at the intersection of Bellevue Way Northeast and Northeast Second Street, One88 is just steps from Downtown Park and a variety of dining and high-end shopping at The Shops At The Bravern and The Bellevue Collection. Homes will have a range of views from Lake Washington, mountains and surrounding green park areas.

The groundbreaking location is where a ramen restaurant and jewelry store currently exists. Bosa Development is based in Vancouver, BC and has a 40-year track record in real estate development, including properties along the West Coast and Hawaii. Bosa’s flagship Seattle development, Insignia, has fewer than 10 of its nearly 700 residences remaining. Insignia is one of the largest condominium developments in the Northwest. More details will be released in coming months and a ground-breaking is expected in early 2017. A priority list is currently being developed at

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