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South Lake Union Rates High but Lacks Key Elements

South Lake Union Rates High but Lacks Key Elements

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor  South Lake Union has rapidly gained status as a biotechnology and global healthcare hub, but achieving its full potential will require a great deal of public funding and policy changes, according to a study reported in [...]…

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Selling Space in Seattle

Selling Space in Seattle

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Seattle has seen an active sales market lately. Among its varied deals was the sale of Legacy Corporate Center in Redmond for $14.2 million, or $140 per square foot. The buyer is an entity based in [...]…

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Will Seattle Housing Snap, Crackle or Pop?

Will Seattle Housing Snap, Crackle or Pop?

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Seattle housing is making waves in the news, but homebuilders tell a slightly different story. A recent report in The Seattle Times offers some insight into what homebuilders have to do to perfect a sale. Offers [...]…

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Striking Deals, Breaking Ground in the Emerald City

Striking Deals, Breaking Ground in the Emerald City

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Seattle has been buzzing with activity in the past week, and it’s not just due to the coffee. Real estate deals have been closing and the city has adopted some new zoning requirements that could pave [...]…

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Puget Sound Sees Positive Signs

Puget Sound Sees Positive Signs

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The national market is still not looking great, but for Seattle there currently are several indications that it’s not looking that bad, either. The news this week indicates positive moves in the larger sectors of the [...]…

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Seattle Battles Ghosts of Recessions Past

Seattle Battles Ghosts of Recessions Past

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Recent news indicates that Seattle’s real estate market is on the move. Significant changes experienced by the housing sector are evident in the way renting is currently evolving. Supply has decreased considerably during past years, with [...]…

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