Not all apartment markets are cooling off. The places where the pace of rent growth sped up the most include Colorado Springs, Colo.; Ventura County, Calif.; Tacoma, Wash. andRead more

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is proposing a new policy intended to reduce the design review wait times for typical projects by four to eight weeks. The legislation fulfills aRead more

Workplace design has changed dramatically in the past decade with the rapid evolution of technology. According to the speakers at our Bisnow Seattle Workplace of the Future event, today’s employers mustRead more

Cushman & Wakefield today announced it has entered into an agreement with NorthMarq Companies, a private holding company of the Pohlad family of Minneapolis, to acquire Cushman & WakefieldRead more

Chapter members took the opportunity to network at two recent summer events. Ten-X and CCIM-WA hosted a networking event at the July 20 Bellingham Bells game at Joe MartinRead more

The Puget Sound’s $12.5 billion life sciences industry is “an innovation hub” being driven not by huge corporate players, but by startups and small to mid-sized companies that areRead more

In an interesting trend inversion, a growing number of millennials are leaving cities for suburbs — starting families or seeking lower rents — while many baby boomers are doingRead more

Between ride sharing, bike sharing, car sharing, walkability and automated vehicles, the future of the car has never been so uncertain. Designers are looking at the mausoleums we buildRead more

More than half of respondents to an NREI survey conducted in July said the real estate cycle has reached its peak. The percentage of survey respondents who believe weRead more

A total of 209,000 new jobs were created in July, more than the 183,000 jobs expected, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last week, and the national unemploymentRead more