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Duke Realty's new Seattle offices provide easy access to both downtown and the region's highways

Duke Realty Relocates Seattle Offices for Access to Downtown 

The Seattle office of Duke Realty has opened a new Seattle headquarters office in the Georgetown neighborhood at 5628 Airport Way South. The industrial REIT said the relocation from its previous office in Capitol Hill will provide easy access to downtown and the company’s growing portfolio across Seattle submarkets. 

“Duke Realty is actively investing in growing our Seattle portfolio and ensuring we have a significant and convenient presence is key to our success,” said Mark Hosfeld, VP and market leader for Duke Realty’s Seattle operations.  

He continued, “Our new office is close to downtown while providing access to major thoroughfares, so we can easily commute to our industrial spaces in the city’s submarkets. Meantime, we are laser-focused on growing our footprint in the Pacific Northwest through acquisitions and development opportunities.” 

Duke Realty’s four-million-square foot in-service portfolio in Seattle is 100% leased. 

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