Perks Lure Commercial Real Estate Tenants Commercial real estate has been feeling the effects of the recessionary economy. Foreclosures are on the rise in many cities, and downtown buildings are sitting vacant from coast to coast. In Seattle, where vacancy rates are approaching 20 percent, landlords are trying to woo new tenants and keep their old ones.
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Perks Lure Commercial Real Estate Tenants

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Perks Lure Commercial Real Estate Tenants

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Commercial real estate has been feeling the effects of the recessionary economy. Foreclosures are on the rise in many cities, and downtown buildings are sitting vacant from coast to coast. In Seattle, where vacancy rates are approaching 20 percent, landlords are trying to woo new tenants and keep their old ones.

Deborah Wang reports for member station KUOW.