Woodinville Plaza

  • Core Seattle Retail Starts Pricing Out Investors

    As the core of the Seattle MSA is slowly being suffocated by investor interest, focus is slightly shifting to areas with less pressure from flowing capital. A case in point is the recent sale of Woodinville Plaza, on the Eastern end of the Puget Sound area. Its location in an affluent neighborhood of the Seattle metro, combined with a large population, makes the retail asset almost perfectly fit the profile of the new hot commodity in the area.

    Seattle 16 June 2015 02:43

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