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Seattle Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, with a population of 592,800 and a metropolitan population of over 4 million people. The city has many nicknames including the “Queen City,” “Jet City,” or “Gateway to Alaska,” but is probably best known as the “Emerald City.” Being the birthplace of gru...




Seattle Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, with a population of 592,800 and a metropolitan population of over 4 million people. The city has many nicknames including the “Queen City,” “Jet City,” or “Gateway to Alaska,” but is probably best known as the “Emerald City.” Being the birthplace of grunge music and many of the prominent coffee shops in the United States, Seattle has a very unique culture. Starbucks and Microsoft both were founded in Seattle, which provides a certain, inexplicable feeling of pride for the city. A study conducted in 2006 ranked Seattle the most literate large city in America the most educated with 47.8% of its occupants over 25 having at least a bachelor’s degree.

There are many attractions to the city, most of which reside in an area called the Seattle Center. The Seattle Center is home to the Experience Music Project, which pays respect to Jimi Hendrix, who was born in Seattle. It is also the home to the Seattle space needle, which was constructed for the World’s Fair in the 1960s.

The economy relies on a diverse amount of companies ranging from high tech, industrial/manufacturing, and service oriented companies, who call Seattle office space home. Seattle office space is home to five Fortune 500 companies including Washington Mutual, Amazon, Nordstrom, Starbucks, and Safeco Corporation. Seattle office space is also home to even more Fortune 500 companies including Boeing, which is the largest private employer in the Seattle metropolitan area.

For the second quarter of 2008, vacancy levels of office space in Seattle have dropped to about 8.6%. This is mainly due to the absorption of nearly 200,000 square feet of Seattle office space, which is the largest it’s been since the second quarter of 2007. Class A office space absorption and vacancy has also seen improvement with recording almost 9,000 square feet and vacancy rates of 9.8%. Rental rates have skyrocketed to nearly forty dollars per square foot for available class A office space. Even with these rates, high-rise office space in Seattle continues to be extremely scarce. In summary, the office space market has turned around and is continuing to prosper.
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