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Kinzer Market Observations: Lynnwood Submarket

This is the seventh in a series of in-depth analyses of submarket-level trends that we’ve observed in recent years.By: Capital Markets Team City Core Revival Located at the intersection of I-405 and I-5, Lynnwood has become a highly desirable location for tenants, families and businesses with a favorable tax structure and an educated workforce. It…

Kinzer Market Observations: Ballard/Fremont Submarket

This is the fifth in a series of in-depth analyses of submarket-level trends that we’ve observed in recent years.By: Capital Markets Team The Evolving Neighborhood of Ballard/Fremont Ballard / Fremont is one of the founding neighborhoods of Seattle. This submarket lines the north edge of the Lake Washington Shipping Canal from the shores of Puget…

Kinzer Market Observations: Lake Union

This is the third in a series of in-depth analyses of submarket-level trends that we’ve observed in recent years.By: Capital Markets Team Then and Now Some of us remember when the big tenants in “sleepy” Lake Union were Washington Natural Gas, PEMCO and the Seattle Times. Many of us were crushed when voters rejected the…

Kinzer Market Observations: Pioneer Square

This is the first in a series of in-depth analyses of submarket-level trends that we’ve observed in recent years.By: Capital Markets Team Market Update: Pioneer Square Class A vs. Class B With no commutes and transaction activity temporarily on hold, we’ve shifted our focus toward an in-depth analysis of submarket-level trends that we’ve observed in…

Capital Markets: 2019 in Review

Kinzer Partners’ Capital Markets team looks at 2019 in review to break down the headline statistics from a record-breaking year in Seattle Commercial Real Estate. The below figures are for the Seattle-Bellevue-Tacoma MSA, which includes King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. Net Absorption: 3.4M SF Net absorption in 2019 was driven by the growth of big…

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