New property will be the most sustainable commercial office building of its size in the world. Martin Selig Real Estate (MSRE) is breaking ground on 400 Westlake, the company’s newest project at the site of South Lake Union’s old Firestone Building. With this groundbreaking, MSRE is officially ushering in a new era of sustainable commercial […]
Currently pre-leasing, MSRE’s 800 Alaskan building is slated to open in Spring 2022. The property will be a gateway to Seattle’s new 20-acre waterfront park and features sustainable office space that caters to the specific operational demands of tenants across submarkets. San Francisco may symbolize the center of the tech hemisphere, but the California city […]
Fifth & Yesler in Seattle’s International District is certified LEED Gold. Nationwide, the environmental impact conversation is cranked to full-volume. Businesses are responding to sustainable, climate-friendly demands from employees and consumers. Policymakers feel the heat as state and local governments pass aggressive energy management laws. The movement is a conga line of energized stakeholders en […]
Seattle or Bellevue for Commercial Real Estate? Which growing economic hub is the better location for your small to midsize business? Whether you are establishing your office location for the first time, or you’re considering a new office lease across Lake Washington, a combination of short-term trends and long-term resources should be considered when deciding […]
Once an anchor in Seattle’s most prominent “auto row,” the historic Firestone Tire Building is poised to change the way people think about sustainability in real estate development. When finished, 400 Westlake will be considered by many as the greenest building of its size in the world. Construction is set to commence by the end […]
When you hear Martin Selig Real Estate, what first comes to mind? A Seattle real estate icon? The developer behind some of the city’s most symbolic skyscrapers? Yes to both of course, but how about a commercial leasing company known for building out sleek, elegant interiors designed with modern inspirations? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll […]
What a year it has been for our city and for our family business! All of us here at Martin Selig Real Estate would like to take a moment to wish you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. May it be filled with joy and happiness as we all take some time to make memories […]
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, tenants will enjoy easy access to Seattle’s Central Library, City Hall, the Justice Center, Seattle Art Museum, Benaroya Hall, The Great Wheel, and more. Seattle’s Federal Reserve Bank is coming back to life with Martin Selig Real Estate. With official approvals from the Seattle Design Review Board, The […]
New buildings in Seattle are popping up left and right, but there is one in particular that everyone has their eye on and that’s 3rd & Lenora. Whether you’re looking for a flexible place to work, a hassle-free, amenity-full apartment, or a place to connect with others and make friends, this development has it all. […]
The Windermere Building Earlier this month, Martin Selig Real Estate partnered with John Jacobi of Windermere Real Estate in the acquisition of the Commuter Building @ 815 Western Ave. Slated to be called “The Windermere Building,” the four story building will be renovated into an 18-story mixed-use tower with 300,000 square feet of office space, 25,000 […]
Mayor Durkan recently signed a piece of legislation incentivizing sustainable development for Seattle builders. Learn more about how this legislation can help create a greener Seattle!
Jordan Selig recently spoke on Bisnow’s Construction and Development 2018 conference on their New Concepts and Practices for the Dynamic Age panel. Read more on her thoughts on sustainable development, the future of office spaces, and more.
Jordan Selig recently spoke on Georgetown Univeristy’s “Amazon in the City” panel discussing how Amazon’s rapidly growing presence has affected Seattle. From infrastructure to job creation and more, here are some of Jordan’s thoughts on Amazon in the city.