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    • Dan Ivanoff reflects on early partnership with Paul Allen and Vulcan Inc. October 17, 2018
      The Schnitzer West founding partner was there before Paul Allen went on a building spree in South Lake Union, but it was an implosion that was Allen's "dream come true."
      Marc Stiles
    • Royal Hawaiian Center giving away murals painted for construction barricades October 16, 2018
      Royal Hawaiian Center is giving away three murals painted by Hawaii artist Leanna Wolff on barricades used during the demolition and rebuilding of staircases in the building housing the Apple Store, Fendi and Forever 21. The Waikiki shopping center, which is owned by Kamehameha Schools and managed by the Festival Cos., had commissioned Wolff to […]
      Janis L. Magin
    • In-N-Out’s second Houston-area location revealed October 16, 2018
      California-based In-N-Out Burgers has lined up another Houston-area location. The popular burger joint is expected to open in Katy in 2019, according to marketing materials from Houston-based BPI Realty Services Inc. and media reports. The Katy location will be in BPI’s Y Shops at Park West, at 806 Katy Fort Bend Road, which will include […]
      Olivia Pulsinelli
    • Exclusive: Investor buys old grocery warehouse in East End to target e-commerce tenants October 16, 2018
      "With today’s consumers frequently requiring same-day/next-day delivery, demand for infill, light industrial space with easy access to dense, urban population centers has become of critical importance to industrial tenants."
      Cara Smith
    • Deanwood retail tenants file lawsuit against new landlord October 16, 2018
      Tenants of a retail strip at the corner of Sheriff Road and Eastern Avenue NE in the District's Deanwood neighborhood are filing suit against their new landlord who they claim illegally locked them out of their buildings. Employees at Nook's Barber & Beauty Shop, Little Jewels Daycare, Sunny Chicken and Fish and Uncle Lee's Liquor […]
      Katishi Maake
    • Peninsula office demand shows no signs of a slowdown October 16, 2018
      Demand for Peninsula office space continues to "defy gravity," as tech companies snap up under-construction projects with a limited number of new plans in the pipeline.
      Jason Folkmanis
    • Stiles breaks ground on first major office project in downtown Fort Lauderdale in a decade October 16, 2018
      The first major office tower in downtown Fort Lauderdale to rise in a decade has broken ground, along with an apartment building. Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles Corp. and partners Shorestein Properties are building the newly-named Main Las Olas at 201 E. Las Olas Blvd. It will have a 357,000-square-foot office building, 341 apartments and ground-floor restaurants […]
      Brian Bandell
    • First look: Seattle condo project designed to evoke mother and child October 16, 2018
      Architect Julia Nagele discussed her inspiration for a 45-story tower design near Seattle's Pike Place Market.
      Marc Stiles
    • Biosciences company snaps up 100,000 square feet in San Ramon October 16, 2018
      An agriculture and crop protection company just signed a 96,535-square-foot, 20-year lease at Canyon Corporate Park at 4600 Norris Canyon Road in San Ramon. The tenant is Valent USA, which includes subsidiary Valent Biosciences Corp. The deal marks the first time Canyon Corporate Park has been 100 percent leased since its purchase in 2014 by […]
      Emily Hoeven
    • BB&T adding $20M facility in eastern NC, consolidating nearby locations October 16, 2018
      Winston-Salem-based BB&T Corp. is investing $20 million into a new 100,000-square-foot downtown Whiteville facility. BB&T will consolidate its nine Whiteville facilities, including 500 employees, into the facility. Site work is expected to begin during the first quarter of 2019. The completion date has not yet been determined. Dontá Wilson, BB&T's chief client experience officer, told […]
      Luke Bollinger