Urban Properties

  • Downtown Seattle Real Estate Market Set for Two New Deals

    The Logan Building offers tenants 108,000 square feet of office space in the city’s downtown area. With a strong occupancy rate of around 93 percent, major names currently residing at the five-decade-old building include the Downtown Seattle Association, as well as retailers Butch Blum and Specialty’s Café & Bakery. The Pike Place public market includes retailers such as Cinnamon Works, Crepe de France, Hands of the World, Johnson Berry Farm, Marakesh Leather and The Great Wind-Up. The anchor tenant is Pike Brewing Co.

    Seattle 18 February 2013 03:56
  • IPA Sells 180-Unit Asset for $74M

    IPA sells an asset totaling 180 units; Pembrook Capital provides an $8.4 million bridge loan; and NorthMarq arranges a $16.4 million refinance via a life insurance company.

    National 02 March 2012 19:26

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