Aug 28, 2014
Photo courtesy of NBS Financial Services
Town Center East III was built in 2006.
Jeff Henderson and Zack Goodwin of NBS Financial Services arranged $26.7 million in permanent financing for Town Center East III, a five-story 157,625-square-foot building in Tumwater.
NBS Financial represented both the lender and borrower.
The structure was built in 2006 as part of a campus for the state of Washington.
NBS Financial is the financing arm of NAI Norris, Beggs & Simpson, a commercial real estate company in Portland.
Urban Land Institute Northwest will hold a walking tour of Bainbridge Island Sept. 11 looking at the arts community, public amenities, sustainable development and future growth. The tour starts with networking at Bainbridge Museum of Art, followed by stops at Grow Community and Ericksen Cottages. Participants should take the 2:05 p.m. ferry to Bainbridge so they can register by 3 p.m. For more information, contact ULI at Northwest@uli.org or by phone at (206) 224-4500.
Law Seminars International will hold a two-day conference on the state's Growth Management Act and its effects on real estate Nov. 3 and 4 at Renaissance Seattle Hotel. The conference will cover the challenges and opportunities posed by changing federal and state regulations. Topics also include marijuana, the Oso mudslide, small-lot development and micro-housing. For more information and to register, visit: bit.ly/1vOKCVZ.
Aug 21, 2014
Colliers International added Kevin Bray as an associate in the company's Bellevue office. Bray last worked at Marcus & Millichap. He will focus on industrial and office deals with Colliers. Colliers has 15,800 employees in 485 offices in 63 countries. Locally, Colliers has added 10 brokers in the last 16 months. Colliers has more than 80 employees between its Bellevue and Seattle offices.
Commercial Real Estate Women Seattle and Sound's September lunch meeting will focus on influential women in northwest real estate development. The lunch is at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 11 at Washington Athletic Club, 1325 Sixth Ave. Lori Hill, managing director of capital markets at Jones Lang LaSalle will moderate the panel discussion. The panelists are: A-P Hurd, vice president at Touchstone Corp.; Lori Mason Curran, real estate investment strategy director at Vulcan Real Estate; and Pam Hirsch, senior investment director at Schnitzer West. For more information, or to register, visit: bit.ly/1qqFqmu
Urban Land Institute Northwest is taking applications for its 2014-2015 Center for Sustainable Leadership course. During the eight-month course, ULI will bring in industry experts, local executives, and national thought leaders to work with students on solving the Puget Sound region's most pressing issues. The deadline to apply is Sept. 5. For more information, or to apply, visit: on.uli.org/1pLs6wS
The Dow Hotel Co., which is based in Seattle, said it will manage the Philadelphia-Valley Forge DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. Dow Hotel will oversee a $1 million renovation of the hotel's lobby and meeting space. The exterior will get new roof line accents, trim detail, updated colors and LED lighting. Renovations will be done in September. The 327-room hotel has a gym, swimming pool, bistro pub and adjacent lounge. Dow Hotel was founded in 1997 and owns or operates 11 hotels throughout the United States.