Posts from the "CCIM WA News/Blog" category

The effects of e-commerce on retail are well known — but now retailers are needing to pay much closer attention to ethics, the commoditisation of time and big dataRead more

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In 2017, venture investors deployed over $5 billion in real estate technology, more than 150 times the $33 million invested in 2010. Once a sector seemingly ignored by the ventureRead more

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While demand remains as high as ever for traditional high-clear height warehouse and distribution space, the ongoing growth of ecommerce and radical change in retail space has created newRead more

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Amazon.com changed how you buy books, then music and movies, then everything else. Like Wal-Mart and the Sears catalog before it, it is not only a dominant retailer, butRead more

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The CCIM Institute Commercial Real Estate Insights Series provides members and other commercial real estate professionals with thought-provoking analyses to promote a dialogue about the future of the industry.Read more

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2017 was a big year for construction, with more than 5,700 homes, 3.6 million square feet of office space, and more than 600 hotel rooms coming online in theRead more

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Bob Fredrickson, CCIM of CBC Danforth successfully closed on a $3,300,000 multifamily development site in Seattle. The 12,000 SF property is located west of Queen Anne and East ofRead more

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Eastern Washington University President Mary Cullinan said this morning that the university plans to move three academic departments to the $50 million, Avista Development-proposed Catalyst Building, in Spokane’s UniversityRead more

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Building permit values for Spokane County, the city of Spokane, and the city of Spokane Valley’s combined hit $1.13 billion in 2017, a record high, records indicate. That’s greaterRead more

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“We wanted a space for employees to collaborate and innovate,” said Amazon Vice President for Global Real Estate and Facilities John Schoetter, introducing the building during the grand opening.Read more

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