Seattle hotel development expert Jena Thornton joins Kinzer Partners Marc Stiles/PSBJ Seattle-based real estate advisory company Kinzer Partners has hired Jena Thornton to build the company’s hospitality practice.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Jennifer Rash, email@example.com 206-227-9494 Kinzer Partners welcomes Stuart Williams to the team SEATTLE, WA – Kinzer Partners announced today longtime Seattle broker Stuart Williams will join the firm as a partner. “Stuart consistently ranks among the top sales and leasing brokers in the greater Puget Sound…
F5 Networks Used Metrics to Select New Building for HQ Move Shawna De La Rosa, Bisnow Seattle The ability to crunch subjective criteria into data-backed metrics made F5 Networks’ recent relocation decision easier.
Where will Amazon HQ2 land? Here’s one Seattle expert’s opinion Marc Stiles/PSBJ Craig Kinzer knows about siting corporate headquarters, and he has some ideas about where Amazon could build its second North American headquarters.
40 UNDER 40 // Kris Curtis: ‘There is a very cut-throat aspect to our business’ Ryan Lambert/PSBJ Her path into the world of commercial real estate begin in the science labs at the University of Colorado, where she earned a degree in premedical sciences and neuroscience.
Tour the office Seattle’s newest VC firm shares with Kinzer Partners Ashley Stewart/PSBJ Heather Redman run’s Seattle’s newest venture capital firm, Flying Fish Partners, which aims to attract entrepreneurs who may have difficulty securing funding in a venture industry dominated by white men.
Port of Seattle Commission Regular Meeting Pier 69 / November 8, 2016 Craig Kinzer speaks on how “Private Investments are Shaping Seattle’s Waterfront” (49:45)
Click the images below for our mid-year 2016 Office Market update. Summary of Seattle/Eastside Class A Office Market 2000-2016 Office Rent Trends, What’s Under Construction, Vacancy Trends, and Absorption Comparison 2000-2016 Investment Criteria: Puget Sound Capitalization Rate History
Corporate Philanthropists – Small 2016 Puget Sound Business Journal This list ranks corporate philanthropists with revenue of less than $20 million by cash-giving in Washington during 2015.
Amazon’s hotel for homeless comes to life Crosscut When Amazon donated an empty South Lake Union hotel for use as a homeless shelter, it was investing in a model that Mary’s Place, the service provider, has perfect: turning vacant or transitioning buildings into temporary shelter.