Kent Valley Submarket

  • Corporate Park in Kent Fetches $170M, in Northwest’s Largest Industrial Sale

    A landmark deal was recently completed after the Pacific Northwest’s largest industrial property finally traded hands for quite the fee. The Northwest Corporate Park in Kent was acquired by an affiliate of New York-based private equity fund manager KTR Capital Partners. The deal cost the buyer a staggering $170 million, a price tag that makes the transaction the largest of its kind in the entire Northwest, and one of the reference points of the West Coast real estate market in 2013.

    Seattle 09 July 2013 20:30

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