December 9, 2004

CBA's Insights program turns eight years old


Fresh off hosting our Eighth Annual Commercial Real Estate Insights Breakfast on Wednesday, Dec. 8, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seattle, the staff of the Commercial Broker's Association is optimistic about most facets of the commercial real estate market in the next several months.

Information courtesy Colliers International

The Insights program brought together experts from different segments of the industry with local and national perspectives, who gave their best insights into the business for the near and mid-term. The experts were positive about the direction of the Puget Sound market, and passionate about what's happening in our community.

This year's experts included: Patrick Callahan, senior vice president of the Seattle region for Equity Office Properties, the largest office landlord in the Seattle area; Matt Griffin, managing partner of the Pine Street Group; Eli Khouri, managing director of Broadreach Capital Partners; Don Milliken, president of Milliken Development Group; and Frank Stagen, chief executive officer of Nitze-Stagen Real Estate.

CBA, a not-for-profit cooperative organization, continues its evolution from a multiple listing service for commercial real estate to a comprehensive database of commercial properties for sale and lease.

CBA was formed by the commercial real estate brokerage community in 1977 to create a vehicle for member brokers to share information about available commercial properties with each other.

Today, with over 3,200 members and 10,000 properties, CBA provides the most comprehensive database of information about commercial properties in the Pacific Northwest. With information about available properties, recent sales and market performance statistics, CBA members are able to provide their customers and clients complete and accurate information about the commercial real estate marketplace.

Tricia Deering is executive director of the Commercial Brokers Association.

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