Posts by Gavin Curtis
Gavin Curtis on February 10, 2020
Amazon, WeWork and Bank of America. Interestingly, the three companies are all attached to the iconic Rainier Square mixed-use development at Fourth and Union in the Central Business District (CBD). In fact, the project may be the thermometer that measures the office temperature and condition of Greater Seattle as we begin the new decades. How so? Let’s take a look at the current metro fundamentals as a starting point. As 2019 closed out and 2020 begins, there continues to be a strong growth dynamic. The data indicates 1.6 million square feet of absorption across the Puget Sound region in the fourth quarter; and a vacancy rate hitting 7 percent in Greater Seattle.Read More
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Seattle CRE Ends 2018 Strong with New Hockey Team Coming in 2019
Exploring Puget Sound: Where Businesses are Expanding
How Technology is Driving Growth Around Downtown Bellevue
Spaces We Love: FREIHEIT Architecture’s Sleek and Industrial Workspace
Don’t Crane Your Neck – Seattle’s Building Boom
Creating Leverage During a Commercial Lease Renewal
Spaces We Love: Impact Hub’s Historic Coworking Space
Seattle’s Eastside: The Next Silicon Valley?
Spaces We Love: Edifecs’ Nature-Centric Workspace
Seattle Market Remains Strong & Bellevue Becomes More Desirable for Businesses
New Office Space is Reshaping the Seattle Skyline
The Waiting Game–When Will Seattle’s Office Market Correct?
Gavin Curtis is a vice president at Hughes Marino, an award-winning commercial real estate company with offices across the nation. Contact Gavin at 1-844-662-6635 or email@example.com to learn more.