Seattle Commercial Real Estate News

Ivanhoe Cambridge buys 47-storey Seattle office tower for US$390 million Vancouver Sun MONTREAL – Ivanhoe Cambridge has purchased the Wells Fargo Center, a 47-storey office tower in Seattle, for $390 million US. The building is among downtown Seattle’s tallest and has 983,600 square feet of leasable space. Ivanhoe Cambridge is the real …

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Legacy Partners ponders 290-unit Bellevue apartment tower

Legacy Partners Residential has an option to buy a prominent corner property in downtown Bellevue, and is studying whether to build an apartment tower there.

Is E3 show less important now?

Which public companies in Washington are growing fastest? (slide show)

. Las Margaritas site in Bellevue sells for record price

7-story apartment project will revitalize Seattle’s Japantown

. Trammell Crow Co. proposes downtown Bellevue office tower

Goodman Real Estate plans urban-style development in Kent Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) The city of Kent this week completed the sale of a downtown property to Goodman Real Estate, a Seattle development company that plans to build a five-story apartment building with retail on the site. Four floors of housing over street-level retail is a …

<http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/news/2013/06/06/goodman-real-estate-moving-ahead-with.html

Kenmore selling two parcels

Silver Cloud buys Opus Bank site in downtown Bellevue

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