Pioneer Square

  • American Life Acquires Site North of CenturyLink Field

    With the current rate of development in Seattle in virtually any of the major sectors being amongst the highest in the entire U.S., it comes as no surprise that developers view every availability as a chance to cash in on the buzz. The latest company to ripple the waters of the Puget Sound is American Life. The real estate company has acquired a parking lot from Daniels Real Estate, just north of CenturyLink Field, in Pioneer Square. According to the Puget Sound Business Journal, the investor paid a fee of $18 million for the property, and has set its sights on developing a new office property at the site.

    Seattle 14 September 2013 04:36
  • CBRE Unit Acquires Historic Seattle Office Tower by Foreclosure

    Smith Tower, an iconic 42-story office building in Seattle, and the adjacent Florence Building, a 6,000-square-foot retail-and-mixed-use building, have been acquired by CBRE Capital Partners following a foreclosure.

    West 09 April 2012 12:11

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