News

02/7/20
Amazon’s big Bellevue ambition: 15,000 employees within a few years
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02/5/20
PMF Investments Submits Plans For 4.8-Acre Development Near Bellevue Light Rail Hub
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02/5/20
Edgar Martinez’s Penthouse at One Lincoln Tower Sells for $6M
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02/5/20
Proposed 33-Story Mixed-Use Building in Bellevue to Include Hotel and Condos
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02/5/20
Bravern Office Commons Sells For $585M
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02/5/20
Waterfront penthouse, Tesla included: $11 million
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10/3/19
2019 Most Expensive and Least Expensive Residential Real Estate Sales in Downtown Bellevue
​Check out the highs and lows!
09/4/19
Fortress Development Breaks Ground On Two-Tower Avenue Bellevue Condo, Hotel And Retail Project
New details announced about West Tower spotlight how the project will set a new standard of living in Bellevue and the Pacific Northwest
02/5/20
Eastside Ambitions
Vulcan Real Estate’s Scott Matthews believes the timing was, and still is, perfect for the company Paul Allen founded to begin — and continue — focusing on Eastside projects. 
09/18/19
Is the Neighborhood Going Condo? ​
As Urban density thickens, some Eastsiders are opting for city living versus life in the Suburbs
07/31/19
Seattle Mag: Next-level Amenities Emerge in Seattle and Bellevue's Newest Condo High Rises
Condominiums are aiming to be all-in-one vertical neighborhoods, with top-to-bottom amenities and socializing ops—and apps
01/26/20
The Seattle Times: Washington condo reform gains steam amid shortage of affordable homeownership options
After years of failed efforts to reform Washington's unusual condo liability law, there is bipartisan support in Olympia this year for a bill that could encourage developers to build more condos.
08/7/19
Washington condo reform gains amid shortage of affordable homeownership options
As the Puget Sound region attempts to build its way out of the housing crisis, it’s fallen woefully short on one critical aspect: affordable homeownership.
02/15/19
NYT: The New ‘Dream Home’ Should Be a Condo
What if the next New American Home was a condo? And what if there was a new American dream, not of auto-dependent suburbia, but walkable urbanism?