Development of multiple residential, commercial or industrial properties follows a process. That involves identification of the site, investigation of site specific issues, design, submission, approval, construction and finally the…Read more

The real estate agent represents either side of a transaction, whether it is the Tenant or Landlord or the Buyer or Seller in a commercial, industrial, or multi familyRead more

We represented a Credit Union looking for a retail space to lease in south King County. We found the ideal location and in the process of negotiating a lease…Read more

We have successfully represented both buyers and sellers of commercial retail or office space in mixed used multiple residential buildings with condominium units. The early developers of mixed use multi-family…Read more

Over the course of many years we have found a pattern when it comes to Seattle retail restaurant locations. Historically, once a restaurant has been open and operated for a…Read more

A family with a long history in the Seattle retail business successfully operated a group apparel business out of a hole-in-the-wall in North Seattle. After much discussion, the family agreed…Read more

In a search for golf course sites, a 40 acre farm across the street from the Cowlitz River in Longview was identified. The zoning on the property allowed for single…Read more

An historically designated five-story building in downtown Tacoma came on the market; the perfect location for a commercial real estate investment. The old Tacoma YMCA was partially leased to…Read more

The owner of a 25-story Hi Rise multi-family residential building in Seattle decided they wanted to sell. The rental market was getting worse, so we recommended taking it off…Read more

The commercial property acquired by a Reverse LLC  and leased to Southland Corporation (7-11) expired. The building had been maintained in a deplorable condition by the Tenant and its SubTenant.…Read more