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CP Exchange - Seattle 2017

April 05, 2017
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March 2nd marked the fifth annual CP Exchange held, this year, in Seattle, WA. This exclusive client event, hosted by Capital Pacific, brought together commercial real estate’s largest movers and shakers in the industry for a candid conversation on emerging development, investment and leasing trends in real
estate.

Located in the urban industrial space of 415 Westlake, the evening began with an energetic cocktail hour, featuring beer tastings with Hellbent Brewing Company. Afterwards, the group settled in for a panel-led conversation moderated by Sean Tufts and Michael Horwitz of Capital Pacific.

Charting New Territory with Old Rules in Mind: Interest Rates and Pricing Impacts in 2017

February 10, 2017

By Chris Kostanecki
As published in National Real Estate Investor

The commercial real estate industry has evolved tremendously over the past thirty years: development has shifted between cities and suburbs, retailer footprints have ballooned only to contract again, and a wave of new technologies have revolutionized how people live, work and shop. Amidst all of these changes, the cycle of cap rate fluctuation in relation to interest rates has been a reliable constant. 

2016 Retail Investment Insights

January 30, 2017

Big Picture

While there are many commercial real estate topics to look back at, discuss, debate and dissect in 2016, let’s take a step back and look at it from 30,000 feet. The first thing that stands out is that the retail investment market in the Pacific Northwest has been very healthy for three consecutive years. When you look across all major retail property types in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, you see that while there is some ebb and flow, 2014, 2015 and 2016 have been the strongest three years we’ve ever witnessed. Transaction volumes in those years are higher than any year on record, and across the board cap rates have compressed every year since 2011. This year may very well follow suit but it’s still worth pointing out where we are today relative to the last decade; and where we are is impressive.

Capital Pacific Sells Walmart Neighborhood Market in Richmond, VA

August 01, 2016


San Francisco – CA – Capital Pacific, a leading retail investment brokerage firm, recently represented the seller of a 41,117 SF Walmart Neighborhood Market store at 7,000 Iron Bridge Road in Richmond, VA.  The property was sold for $12,091,444 to a private investor from Florida. The seller was Denver based Confluent Development, one of the most active private commercial developers in Colorado



First Half 2016 Retail Investment Insights

July 21, 2016

At the end of last year we took a closer look at the top stories affecting the retail investment market in the Pacific Northwest: The first interest rate hike since 2006, the Haggen/Albertsons/Safeway merger and subsequent bankruptcy that took place and the possibility of a Rite Aid/Walgreens merger. It’s unclear whether or not we will see additional interest rate hikes in 2016. Industry professionals have conflicting opinions and recently Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was careful not to give hints about the timing of a next rate increase. 

Haggen/Albertsons/Safeway

Earlier this year a bankruptcy judge in Delaware greenlighted Albertsons’ bid to take over what was left of Haggen, bringing an end to one of the most impactful commercial real estate story lines in recent years. Haggen’s demise has been viewed as a failure of the Federal Trade Commission’s desire to...

Capital Pacific Facilitates the Sale of Two Home Depot Stores in One Week

June 22, 2016


Capital Pacific has sold two Home Depot Stores with a total transaction value of $42.5M. The stores were located in Nevada and Texas, and were sold on behalf of two different sellers within the span of one week.

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