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Kari Magill directs Rowley Properties vision, strategy and real estate activities in the Pacific Northwest and leads the re-development of approximately 80 acres in Issaquah’s Hyla Crossing and Rowley Center neighborhoods. Under her leadership, Rowley Properties negotiated a 30-year development agreement with the City of Issaquah which sets the framework for smart, sustainable growth envisioned in Forterra’s Cascade Agenda – transforming existing properties into a denser, more livable, walkable community that celebrates the unique and special character of Issaquah. The Homewood Suites Seattle/Issaquah® and the new, urban streets that border it (Hyla Avenue and Skipper Way) were the first projects to be officially delivered within this new framework. Prior to that was the development of the Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Issaquah and the 28,000 square-foot, LEED Gold certified, John L Scott office building. More recently, construction of a 70,000 square-foot four-story mixed-use office building featuring Issaquah’s first commercial use of mass-timber and the urbanization of its I-90 frontage road, NW Poplar Way, will be complete by October 2020.
Founded in 1954, and through three generations of mainstay leadership, Rowley Properties has deep roots in Issaquah; nobody knows Issaquah better. In total, Rowley Properties owns, develops, leases and manages 65 buildings representing almost a million square feet in a wide assortment of uses – commercial, residential, retail, flex, light manufacturing, medical, storage, and two hotels. Approximately 900 tenants are represented within the Rowley portfolio.
Rowley Properties, Inc.