Results-driven redevelopment initiatives lead to tenant expansion and growth
Constructed in 1926 and named after David E. “Ned” Skinner, the Skinner Building is a classic multi-use property in downtown Seattle. Although home to the historic 5th Avenue Theatre and a number of high-quality luxury retailers, the property had a layout that did not lend itself to rapid tenant growth and development.
The asset had antiquated building systems, an inconvenient floor plate, and several un-leasable areas within the building. A local and rapidly growing digital agency, POP multimedia Inc., was interested in occupying the building; however, they were concerned that the property could not meet their needs.