Our commercial division handles a wide variety of properties, including retail buildings, offices, warehouses, production facilities and mixed-use complexes. We are Seattle’s leader for leasing, buying and selling in-city investment properties. Retail space, Class B offices and commercial condominiums have become our specialty.
From property analysis to closing, commercial properties are increasingly more complicated to sell. Pricing your property effectively takes expertise, and marketing it successfully requires competence, tenacity and a thorough knowledge of the marketplace.
We will assist you from the initial stage of listing your property and establishing a lease rate; through marketing, arranging tours, and submitting letters of intent; to final execution of the lease document and monitoring details until the tenant is in place. Commercial property management services are also available.
Ewing & Clark’s commercial office is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, where we keep apprised of current events, conditions, and trends in the commercial real estate market. Our Property Managers specialize in retail and office leasing, sales and property management. Our agents have experience managing all kinds of small commercial and mixed use buildings.
Our experienced agents will work diligently to find the appropriate property for your investment or personal needs. More than ever before, there are challenging issues that one must be aware of when purchasing commercial property. Financing options, tax-deferred exchanges, environmental liability, zoning, the American Disability Act, building codes and change of use are a few of the issues we deal with regularly.
If you are looking for the perfect space for your business, we can guide you through the process by supplying you with detailed information about properties that suit your business plan.
Kateesha brings 14+ years of commercial real estate experience to Ewing & Clark, Inc. Most recently, she acted as Commercial Property Manager for Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority, a nonprofit government agency responsible for the ownership, management, and development of downtown Seattle’s beloved Pike Place Market. In that role, she oversaw a portfolio of 225+ unique commercial businesses within the 9 acre historic district. Kateesha was also responsible for guiding those commercial businesses through the $68.2 million redevelopment…