Meriwether Partners

232 Aurora Ave N
Seattle WA 98109

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  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm

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Meriwether Partners is a Seattle-based real estate company with two lines of business: Investment Management and Advisory Services. As Investment Managers, Meriwether forms partnerships to acquire and manage value-added real estate investments on behalf of its principals, institutions, high-net worth individuals, and family offices. Our Advisory Services business provides third-party clients with strategic site selection services, leasing services ( tenant representation and corporate portfolio management ), and capital markets execution ( investment sales, loan placement and raising debt and equity capital ). Our tools are experience, creativity, integrity, and hard work. Collectively we have over 75 years of commercial real estate experience and have managed billions of dollars of transactions. Real estate is a local business and we are committed to understanding the ins and outs of the real estate markets in which we participate. We supplement this local knowledge with extensive experience and exposure to the national and international capital markets. Every project starts with the same initial step: gaining a solid understanding of our objectives. With this foundation, we develop creative strategies using real estate and capital markets expertise, proven relationship-based marketing, thorough underwriting and due diligence, and astute negotiating and closing skills. Meriwether Partners was founded in 2002 by Rob MacAulay, David Rothrock Joel Aslanian, and Robert Briscoe. We chose our name in honor of Meriwether Lewis, of Lewis and Clark fame. While our methods and objectives are somewhat different, we, like Meriwether Lewis, are focused on navigating the Puget Sound region, overcoming challenges and delivering results for our partners and clients. You do not have the Flash plugin installed, or your browser does not support Javascript ( you should enable it, perhaps? )