Seattle Commercial Real Estate News

RN74’s Boxed Lunches; Skylark’s New Owners; Shanik’s Now Eater

But as Seattle Met points out, "only in half of the dining room, so walk-ins still have plenty of real estate." Right now, reservations are being accepted by phone,

Shutdown causes anxiety for buyers and sellers Washington Post (blog)

clients in the Washington area, many buyers and sellers have expressed anxiety, says Ellen Haberle, economist with Redfin real estate brokerage in Seattle.

Washington Post (blog)
Intercontinental Acquires Pair of Apartment Buildings

SEATTLE-Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, a national real estate investment firm headquartered in Boston has acquired Belay and NOBA apartments.

Madison Marquette Grabs 202 KSF MU Property in Seattle Suburb Commercial Property Executive

Madison Marquette Grabs 202 KSF M-U Property in Seattle Suburb The Washington, D.C.-based private real estate investment and operating company, did

Commercial Property Executive
Research shows average Seattle rent is equal to average mortgage

Real estate agents have noted this new phenomenon in the Seattle housing market. Higher rent has forced many out, but demand for houses has brought

How The Shutdown Is Hurting The Housing Market KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

Various federal agencies play greater or lesser roles in real estate transactions. With most of them sidelined, simple matters such as closing on mortgages are

Seattle-based Mithun designing Ross Perot’s new office Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

Mithun, a Seattle architecture firm, has won the national competition to design Marc Stiles covers commercial real estate and government for the Puget Sound

Feds begin another tug of war over the Mastros’ jewels

Seattle startups scramble for office space as TechDwellers gives GeekWire

techdwellers1 GeoRiot founder Jesse Lakes was excited to secure his company’s first office space earlier this year, picking the TechDwellers incubator in

City may condemn choice waterfront property The city of Seattle might force an elderly Spokane woman to sell a prime waterfront development site and use it for short-term parking.

Feds begin another tug of war over the Mastros’ jewels Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

Rigby spoke last week to a group of commercial real estate professionals in Seattle about the “cat-and-mouse game at Mr. Mastro and I have played. It started

Fifth + Columbia Back On Thanks To Foreign Investors Curbed Seattle

Back in 2008, Daniels Real Estate and Stockbridge Capital Partners’s Fifth + Columbia project was about to get off the ground when financial issues forced a

Foreign money will help re-launch construction of Seattle tower Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

Daniels Real Estate plans to start construction of the 43-story Fifth + Columbia tower in Seattle. Foreign capital is helping to get the project going. Marc Stiles

Major redevelopment planned for Rainier Square in downtown Seattle (slide show) The University of Washington plans to select a developer next month to transform a large portion of Rainier Square, part of the university’s prime property holdings in downtown Seattle.

R.C. Hedreen Co. submits new drawings of its Seattle mega hotel (slide show) The latest renderings of a proposed convention-center hotel planned for downtown Seattle show a tapered, 41-story tower rising from Howell Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues.

Trammell Crow plans office tower near campus (slide show) City of Seattle records show that Trammell Crow Co. wants to develop a 14- to 22-story office building in downtown’s Denny Triangle neighborhood.

Foss moving Seattle shipyard operations to Everett mill site Saltchuk, the parent of Foss Maritime, says it’s moving 250 shipbuilding jobs from its Foss yard near the Ballard Bridge to a closed pulp mill site it is buying on the Everett waterfront.

UW has big plans for its prime downtown Seattle real estate The Seattle Times

A new office tower is one of the likely changes as downtown’s largest property owner charts a fresh course for its holdings that could bring more money to the

Tacoma’s turn: Arrival of State Farm moves city toward its new destiny

It has been a tough three years for downtown Tacoma since Russell Investments moved its headquarters to, of all places, rival Seattle.

Seattle authorizes a Sodo improvement district and Pioneer Square Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

The council voted, 8-1, to allow Seattle real estate development company Urban Visions to build a 130-foot-tall office and apartment building on the east side of

Trammell Crow buys downtown Bellevue site for $24M Trammell Crow Co. paid Wasatch Properties $24.1 million for a development site in downtown Bellevue, according to King County transaction records Tuesday


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