Stan Rosen

  • Schnitzer West Raises Funds Through Office Sale for Speculative Industrial, Office Development

    Seven office buildings, part of Schnitzer West’s portfolio recently traded for $25.8 million, to Eastside investor Stan Rosen. The assets are located in Bothell, in the North Creek office campus. The deal was made for a 126,000-square foot campus, and Tech Center II, an office building totaling 31,000 square feet of office space. Speculations explain the deals as fundraising for Schnitzer’s two major office developments in the greater Seattle area: Madison Centre and a Bellevue project.

    Seattle 12 February 2013 07:48

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