Martin Selig Honored with Puget Sound Business Journal’s Skyline Shaper Award

Source: Puget Sound Business Journal

August 15, 2019

As the developer of the Pacific Northwest’s tallest building, Martin Selig was the obvious choice as the Skyline Shaper in the Business Journal’s inaugural Commercial Real Estate Leadership Awards.

Besides the 76-story Columbia Center, Selig has over the course of his company’s 61 years developed numerous other projects in and around Seattle’s urban core. He has four more under construction and two more planned.

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Seattle’s CRE Leaders See Opportunity in Waterfront Plans

Source: Bisnow Seattle

July 22, 2019

Martin Selig was a featured speaker at the recent Bisnow Seattle event where he discussed MSRE’s 800 Alaskan development. The property, slated to open in Spring 2022, is designed to be a core asset of Seattle’s new waterfront transformation. The 17-story, mixed-use tower includes 300K SF of office space, 25K SF of retail and 150 housing units. 800 Alaskan will overlook the waterfront park and have a panoramic view of Elliott Bay.

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End of Seattle’s Current Development Cycle Not Yet in Sight

Source: The Registry

January 25, 2019

Now considered a gateway market, the city is continuing to lure domestic and international companies, which are vying for space as developers strive to keep up with demand. However, one of Seattle’s long-established developers, Martin Selig Real Estate (MSRE), still sees time left in the current development cycle.

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504,000 SQFT Mixed-Use Development to Rise Along Seattle’s Waterfront

Source: The Registry

January 24, 2019

Seattle’s iconic waterfront is in the midst of a renaissance with several major infrastructure and development projects, including the Colman Dock renovation, making their way through the development pipeline. A new proposal, submitted by Seattle-based Martin Selig Real Estate and Perkins + Will, would add to the changing waterfront landscape with the construction of a 15-story, 504,000 square foot tower with seven levels of commercial office space and 106 residential units at 800 Alaskan Way in downtown Seattle, right near the Puget Sound.

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