Two subjects arise in any conversation about the glass-encased condo near the top of Portland’s John Ross skyscraper overlooking the Willamette River: The view and the price.
First, it’s impossible to ignore the water and mountain views at 3601 SW River Pkwy #2905. The elliptical-shaped floor plan, like the other units in the 32-story building, maximize lookout opportunities.
Then there’s the price for the luxury aerie, which was put on the market June 21 and remains the most expensive of the building’s units for sale: $2.35 million.
Asking more than triple the purchase price seven years ago, the sellers prove that it pays to wait out a recession.
The owner bought the condo in Portland’s South Waterfront in 2010 for $692,000, according to public records, and added custom stonework and finishes. Standout features include smart-tech systems, custom Italian marble and a steam shower in one of the 2.5 baths.
“It has both a high-tech feel