215 SE 8th Avenue

  • Stiles, Rockefeller Group Break Ground on 240-Unit Tower in Fort Lauderdale

    Fort Lauderdale is poised to experience a first. Stiles Residential Group and The Rockefeller Group have broken ground on a multi-family project, the first ultra-luxury residential high-rise building in the city.

    South 11 July 2014 15:22
  • MacFarlane Partners Sets Similar Development Plans for Two Multifamily Projects in South Lake Union

    MacFarlane Partners has seriously ramped up its involvement in the Seattle area, specifically the booming neighborhood of South Lake Union, only recently announcing serious progress in the development of two different apartment projects. The investment management firm has recently announced a January 2013 deal for a parcel at 201 Westlake Avenue North where it intends to build a new apartment building, as well as the acquisition of the final parcel it required for its planned multifamily complex at 215 8th Avenue.

    Seattle 19 August 2013 16:27

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