Commercial Real Estate News of the Day – Seattle

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Find Space Now! Seattle Times Daily Journal of Commerce Headline
Our lease listings Hot market for rentals inspires twin towers Last phase starts for Amazon HQ
Our sale listings Mastro bankruptcy trial opens with offer to settle Amazon.com is working on the fifth and final phase of its South Lake Union headquarters. The last building is targeting LEED gold and should be complete the first quarter of 2013.

The 11-story building will have 333,000 square feet of office space and 7,200 square feet of retail. It is on the west side of Boren Avenue between Thomas and John streets.

Vulcan Real Estate is the developer, Callison is the architect and GLY Construction is the general contractor.

Amazon has completed the first four phases. When it is done, the 1.9-million-square-foot headquarters will have a total of 11 buildings, both new and rehabbed.

Our local office profile Buying into Washington banking: Consolidation wave looms
Green broker info
Market Research Puget Sound Business Journal
Knowledge center Mastro guardian has surprise $7M offer
Research reports Seattle is No. 4 office market in USA
Articles & white papers Kidder Mathews lands huge lease deal
Weekly market insight
2011 forecast Seattle-PI.com
Enjoy Your Reading! Unemployment falls in two-thirds of states
Commercial Property Executive Seattle’s college access lags far behind
Daily Journal of Commerce Are you kidding? Snow in the forecast
CoStar Group
GlobeSt Other News
National RE Investor U.S. Existing Home Sales Rise, Fail to Recover Ground Lost
Realty News Report Blackstone Leads Record Property Push as Buyout Firms Diversify
Real Estate Business London Skyscraper Boom Ends
Reis Cadence Capital Buys 33-Unit Multifamily for $5.1M
Wall Street Journal Other Retailers Find Ex-Blockbuster Stores Just Right
New York Times Dallas-Based Mohr Partners Expands into Seattle

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