Foodie Cities: Real Estate for the Restaurant Set

As Featured in The Wall Street Journal

Written by Katy McLaughlin

 Image Courtesy of WSJ

Image Courtesy of WSJ

An article outlining how food culture impacts real estate featured information about RSIR broker Moira Holley. It reads, "real estate agents say the foodie angle can be a key selling point for a luxury property. In January, Seattle broker Moira Holley listed a two-bedroom unit in the Market Place North Condominiums, a building right next to Pike Place Market, considered by some to be the epicenter of the Northwest food scene. Photos in the listing materials showed views of the market from the deck. The day the property was listed, Tom Douglas, a chef who co-owns 15 restaurants in Seattle, made a full cash offer of $1.175 million, he said."