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Roy Street Group, LLC

Real Estate/Development
24 Roy Street, Suite 410
Seattle, WA 98109
UNITED STATES (Get Directions)
(206) 999-9594

About Roy Street Group, LLC

Roy Street Group is a commercial real estate strategist and transaction manager in the Seattle Metropolitan region. Roy Street Group professionals work closely with businesses locally and internationally, examining real estate portfolio strategy, market indicators, and location intelligence. While placing an absolute focus on the client’s needs, Roy Street Group employs an objective evidence-based methodology to negotiate business terms that are creative, durable and cost effective.

Client quote from PATH Executive:

Roy Mann worked with PATH on several relocations in Geneva, Washington, D.C. and for its global headquarters in Seattle's South Lake Union.  He assessed PATH's needs and considered all feasible alternatives within the scope of PATH's strategic priorities which included attracting talent, building brand, and supporting our sustainability. 

Mann was very effective in helping PATH consider all alternatives and bringing in key additional resources to make sure the economics of the complex deals worked and were understood. He engaged in many conversations with owners about available space, projects under construction, and pre-developed parcels. In the end, Mann brought before PATH an incredible opportunity that PATH would not have seen as possible before, and he led PATH's negotiations to make it a reality. Mann was key in managing the complexity of many options, many players, and especially understanding PATH's non-commercial mindset.

Roy Mann has two differentiating strengths. First, Mann is a classic “connector” in the Malcolm Gladwell “The Tipping Point” sense. Mann knows an incredibly broad spectrum of people and is able to leverage that diverse network into client success. Second, Mann understands and can work with multiple cultures whether they be pure capitalists, mission-driven charities, service-oriented municipalities, religious groups, or membership organizations like Rotary.