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July 26, 2018
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One of the hot development areas on the Eastside is the Bel-Red Corridor.

Big users, but no available office space on the Eastside

The current real estate cycle has been stronger and longer than most expected.

By ZACH ZABOROWSKI
Broderick Group


Meet the Eastsideís newest office submarket: Renton

Southport will increase Class A office space in Renton by nearly 60 percent.

By KIP SPENCER
Seco Development




Affordable housing? Yes, but Eastside needs more
About 36 percent of all Eastside households pay more than 40 percent of their income for housing.

By VILLETTE NOLON
Imagine Housing










How Bel-Red Corridor could rival South Lake Union
Large new projects such as Hyde Square are being designed to complete with more established urban neighborhoods.

By ROBIN CHELL and SCOTT SURDYKE
Robin Chell Design











Bellevue CBDís biggest office landlord: Vulcan?
The developer says Bellevue is focused on neighborhoods, smart growth and cultivating business.

By SCOTT MATTHEWS
Vulcan Inc.









Strong Eastside economy drives multifamily investments
Rent growth in urban Seattle areas has started to slow, but suburban submarkets are still experiencing impressive growth.

By DAVID YOUNG and KIKI BOONE FAIRCLOTH
JLL








Eastside Development 2018 team

Section editor: Ben Minnick

Section design: Jeffrey Miller

Web design: Lisa Lannigan

Advertising: Matt Brown






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