After a local and national RFQ process, Antioch University selected Heartland LLC to develop and implement a real estate strategy for its five national campuses. One of its campuses, Antioch University Seattle, is currently housed in an aging building in the Denny Triangle neighborhood. The Heartland team, in collaboration with Gensler, a global architecture firm, conducted a real estate alternatives analysis and determined that a sale of the property would best serve the university’s mission. Heartland represented Antioch in the sale of the 32,000 square foot property, which closed in Fall 2015 for $26.5 million. Heartland also helped Antioch identify, select and lease a new campus located at 3rd and Battery Street. Antioch’s commitment to adult learners in Seattle will continue upon completion of this new 38,000 square foot facility in Fall 2016.
Source: Puget Sound Business Journal