Bellevue's ascendant office market has spurred plans for a number of speculative office projects. This latest one hopes to get out in front of the competition.
A legal battle between the Point Ruston developer and Serpanok Construction is impacting small businesses at the Point Ruston Public Market. Forty-three tenants were informed via email Thursday afternoon that the management company TRF Pacific would no longer be their point of contact. Instead, they were directed to contact the building’s new owner, Igor Kunitsa at Tacoma-based Serpanok. Dozens of small businesses operate out of the 30,000-square-foot building in a farmers market-like format.…
The Puyallup City Council has approved an $82.7 million bond measure that, if passed by voters, would be used to build a new public safety building at 600 39th Ave. SE in the city’s South Hill neighborhood. The 25-year bond measure will appear on the November ballot. The bond would cost the average household $20 a month through an assessment on property taxes, the city said in a Tuesday announcement. The new building would house the police, jail and municipal court. The bond would also fund…
Exeter Property Group has closed on what could be the largest industrial real estate sale in St. Louis history with the purchase of Duke Realty’s entire St. Louis portfolio.
The real estate investment trust's Manhattan deal comes as it also discloses property purchases in Seattle and the Washington, D.C., area.
With this new hire, the national development company signals plans to do more multifamily projects in the Seattle region.
Boston Properties Inc. (NYSE: BXP) has agreed to acquire an aging office campus in Rockville that it plans to convert into Class A lab space to serve Montgomery County's booming biotech sector, the company announced Tuesday. The Boston-based developer and landlord, owner of Reston Town Center and a host of other office properties across D.C. and Northern Virginia, will pay $116.5 million for the property, which sits about a half-mile from Interstate 270 and within a mile of the Shady Grove Metro.…
Appeals board upholds its previous decision after a Commonwealth Court judge found local decisions over emergency appeals to demolish Market Street buildings inadequate.
The city's Housing and Redevelopment Authority and its hand-picked developer have struggled to meet on plans for 5146 Eden Ave.
This is the first Seattle acquisition for the buyer, which is the largest publicly traded developer, owner and manager of Class A office properties in the country.