Feb. 28, 2002
A Special Section of
DJC.COM

2002
Real Estate Surveys

Stories

"Recession? Donít worry, itís just a cycle,"
By TIM OíKEEFE, Colliers International


"Workplace design can improve productivity,"
By DONNA SHUMAN and KRISTEN SCOTT Weber + Thompson


"Managing churn without feeling the burn,"
By JACK EMICK, Emick Howard & Seibert


"A tale of two citiesí downtowns"
By ARI KRAMER, Special to the Journal


"Condo legislation creates legal slugfest,"
By VINCENT B. DEPILLIS, Real Property Law Group


"Regulation reform can help jump-start the region,"
By JIM POTTER, Kauri Investments Ltd.


"Beer distributor serves up Arlington,"
By TERRY STEPHENS, Special to the Journal


"Market grows for affordable assisted living,"
By GEORGE ZIMMERMAN, Washington State Coming Home Program


"4,000 hours of training to change a light switch?"
By ROD KAUFFMAN, BOMA


"Leasehold title insurance: New ALTA endorsements,"
By PETER OSTRANDER and DWIGHT BICKEL, Transnation Title Insurance Co.


"Work-site schools teach a lesson to developers,"
By ERIC MONTAGUE, Washington Policy Center




Featured Stories...

Safeway
Whatís in store for investors in 2002
Sales of retail buildings faired much better than those of offices. One of 2001ís notable retail sales was Silverdale Plaza for $22.75 million. By Don Fosseen and Lou Senini, CB Richard Ellis
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Spokane
Spokane: A study in steady growth
While Puget Sound struggles with a slow market, Spokane keeps chugging along. By Mark E. Turner, Spokane Area Economic Development Council.
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Longfellow Court in West Seattle
2,158 reasons to like nonprofit housing groups
Without the nonprofit housing developers who comprise the Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County (HDC), 2,158 households may still be looking for an affordable place to live. By Carla Okigwe, HDC of Seattle
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