Russell Investments Center

  • $480M Buy Nets CommonWealth Partners 872 KSF Seattle Office Building

    CommonWealth Partners has purchased Seattle's Russell Investments Center for $480 million. CBRE, which orchestrated the sale on behalf of Northwestern Mutual, described the trade of the 872,026-square-foot property as "the largest single-asset office sale in the Western United States since 2006."

    West 23 April 2012 13:37

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