Northwest Building LLC

Kirkland, WA

Northwest Building LLC, a subsidiary of Matthew G. Norton Company, is one of the Puget Sound Region’s largest commercial real estate investment, development and management firms. It currently owns and manages over six million square feet of industrial space contained in 12 parks and 60 buildings. The company is also the developer, owner and manager of downtown Seattle’s landmark office building, The Norton Building. The company’s parks and buildings are home to over 200 separate businesses ranging from multi-national corporations to small start-ups. The focus of the entire company’s team is tenant satisfaction. The tenant focused model has resulted in many relationships lasting several decades. The company’s team works with contractors and vendors of all sizes to complete a variety of projects. The team prides itself on delivering projects on time and on budget and ensuring that all participants are communicated with regularly and treated fairly throughout the process. Northwest Building has invested over $200 million in recent acquisitions. Those acquisitions include, Valley Freeway Corporate Park, Pacific Business Park, Wulff Industrial Park, Totem Lake Commerce Center, Willows Business Center and Woodinville Industrial Park. Preferred acquisition sizes range from $10 million to $50 million, though the firm will consider smaller or larger investments. Northwest Building has developed more than five million square feet of space contained in several of the area’s premier industrial parks, including Lakewood Industrial Park, Fife Commerce Center, Port Commerce Center, Valley Centre Corporate Park and Puyallup Industrial Park. The company’s development history goes back decades and, in addition to industrial parks, includes the development of office buildings and shopping centers.

NWB’s current development activity is focused on urban infill self-storage projects, including ground up developments, redevelopments, and adaptive re-use. Ideal land acquisitions include sites in urban or tier one suburban neighborhoods of major West Coast markets including the Seattle, Portland, Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego MSA’s.