Lift Partners paid $10.3 million last year for the over 8-acre KOA campground at 5801 S. 212th St. in Kent.
We are so proud to share Lucinda Alipio, Property Manager, has been awarded the BOMA Oakland/East Bay Outstanding Principal Member
Steve Kramer, principal at KG Investment Properties (KGIP), and Andrew Coates, managing director-investment and development at KGIP, reviewed their organization’s vision for a slice of the roughly 300-plus-acre Wilburton community, particularly a 6.6-acre site between 116th Avenue Northeast on the west and Eastrail bike-pedestrian path. They plan to link the Eastrail, a path being developed from Renton to Snohomish County, to the Bellevue Grand Connection, a main pedestrian arterial from Lake Washington through downtown and crossing a proposed lid over I-405 to Wilburton at the Bellevue Chamber’s Eastside Real Estate Symposium.
COVID has made it harder than ever to feel conclusive in one’s optimism for the future. But new findings from
It’s a given that forethought and careful plotting are necessities in raising any structure, but the planning process takes on new significance in modern constructs. The intersection of those factors can create a complex tangle of engineering, architectural and construction issues. Beyond just making sure that it can both stand on its foundation and stand up to the elements, the modern office structure also has to account for the well-being of its occupants and the impact on the surrounding environment.
Ranked by Total estimated cost The List includes construction projects on the Eastside, which the Business Journal defines as Bellevue,
The pandemic was a disaster for commercial real estate markets. In the Seattle area, it was a boon. In 2020,
The project, “400 108th”, at 400 108th Avenue Northeast, is under design review. The design is of an 18-story tower for office use, with active uses and pedestrian amenities at the ground level, and below-grade parking. The proposed building is 696,081 gross square feet, and structured parking is 301,692 gross square feet. There is planned to be 637 parking spaces, 308,956 square feet of office space, and 7,423 square feet of retail space.
PCC Community Markets is expanding its presence on the Eastside. The Seattle-based co-op grocery chain opened its newest store — its 15th — Wednesday in Bellevue, at 11615 N.E. 4th St.