Managing Real Estate Assets to Optimize Mission


In addition to our work with real estate companies and public agencies, corporate real estate is a major part of Heartland’s advisory portfolio. These two transactions (each years in the making) that coincidentally closed on the same day, are great examples of our work with owner/occupiers. While REI and The Seattle Labor Temple Association, Inc. are very different organizations, they share a common need to manage their real estate assets to optimize their missions. We are proud to have been able to support the continuing evolution of these two important Puget Sound organizations. You can read more about both transactions in the articles linked below.

Warehouse developer closes on purchase of REI’s former HQ in Kent –Puget Sound Business Journal
Social club for businesses planned for historic Labor Temple in Belltown –Puget Sound Business Journal

Beyond LEED: Exploring the Front Edge of Sustainable and Profitable Developments in Washington State


Wonderful interview by NAIOP WA Sustainable Development Committee and Heartland’s Lanzi Li, with teams from two Night of the Stars award-winning projects, Watershed and Inspire at the Russell W. Young Building here in Seattle. These projects exemplify how multifamily and office development can be highly sustainable and profitable. Click learn more below to read the blog, now featured on NAIOP Corporate’s website, to learn how they overcame perception to create these very special properties, and are already meeting their projected ROI numbers in less than one year of operation.

Seattle’s Laird Norton, Filament merge wealth management practices


Congratulations to Laird Norton Wealth Management (LNWM), on their merger with Filament! The two companies, who will retain LNWM’s name, are two of the largest in the Northwest and will manage a combined $6B in client assets. Clink on the link below to learn more about the companies and their decision making process.

Seattle’s Laird Norton, Filament merge wealth management practices –Puget Sound Business Journal