2020 Year in Review


We Received Recognitions

We were honored to be named No. 2 on Puget Sound Business Journal's list of Best Midsize Workplaces in WA!
NAI PSP Ranked No. 2 Best Workplace in Washington

“To finish 2nd this year after being the #1 Place to work for the past two years is remarkable. Those rankings validate that our efforts to create a great company culture continue to be effective and are sustainable.” said Scott Coombs, President of NAI Puget Sound Properties. View the full blog: HERE

Eastside Fastest-Growing Private Companies

We ranked no. 20 on the Eastside Fastest-Growing Private Companies.

100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

We ranked no. 45 on the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

We Worked from Home 

Starting in March our team started working from home to help slow the spread of Covid-19. Our team still had fun with virtual happy hours, a pumpkin carving contest, and even an El Gaucho 3 course meal!  

We Supported our Clients During the Pandemic

Covid 19

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to threaten a health crisis, legislators, businesses, and communities are forced to wrangle with a different kind of crisis - economic hardship and uncertainty. Check out our list of helpful Resources for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19.

We Hired and Promoted our People

New Hires

Clockwise from top-left: Aaron Rosen, Derek Doke, David Miller, Hailey Sims, Tony Rona, Andrea Peterson


Clockwise from top-left: Ryan Olson, Hans Swenson, Nick Bierly, Aspen Robel, Richie Sander, Kyle Schipper

We had Notable Transactions

  • Releasing the Kraken has never happened in this many different forms. Seattle’s NHL expansion franchise opens its official team store in South Lake Union, a waterfront location in Chandler’s Cove at the site of the former Joey Lake Union restaurant. Billy Poll and Dean Altaras represented the tenant.

We Produced +$638 Million in Total Transaction Value

Market Conditions

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