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Bugge Update – January 2020

Bugge Update – January 2020

We hope that you are settling in well to the new year. Walls Property Group has been hard at work in 2020 getting the final certificate of occupancy and inspections signed off at Bugge Apartments. Here's what that meant for you.  Financing As you are all aware, we...

Dexter Update – January 2020

Dexter Update – January 2020

Scope of work: Here is an update on the forward movement at Dexter Ave. The '02/'03 stacks have all had their appliances installed and our construction crew is working on the finishing touches; including trim and touch up paint. The cupboards and countertops are being...

Relationships: Our Vital Driving Force

Relationships: Our Vital Driving Force

Re·la·tion·ship /rəˈlāSH(ə)nˌSHip/ noun the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected. There are many reasons my personal focus has been on developing relationships this past year. Seizing every opportunity to...

Bugge Update – November 2019

Bugge Update – November 2019

Scope of Work: As we mentioned in the previous update, we started retrofitting the fire communications throughout the building. All of these life safety measures (including fire alarms and strobes) have been installed. The lender performed a property inspection and...

Dexter Update – November 2019

Dexter Update – November 2019

It’s November, and we’re well on our way to bringing the Dexter Ave property into the modern age. With fresh drywall, new doors and a new coat of paint, our construction team is really bringing this building back to life. Let’s discuss what we’ve been doing. Keep...

Free rent for a year in Seattle: Meet the three finalists

Free rent for a year in Seattle: Meet the three finalists

For three years, a Ballard property-management firm has run a contest offering a free apartment for one year. The winner is chosen from those answering, “How would a free apartment for one year allow you to give back to the community?” By Erik Lacitis Seattle Times...