Mogul among us

A multimillionaire real-estate mogul, right here in West Seattle.

9 Replies to "Mogul among us"

  • RobertSeattle August 1, 2007 (11:40 am)

    Times had a similar article two weeks ago.

    I read the PI article this morning and didn’t quite understand what the “luxuriously furnished home” comment had to do with the rest of the aticle though. Rich people tend to have nice homes…

  • Jan August 1, 2007 (11:51 am)

    hmmm….wonder if he needs a massage therapist..:D

  • WSB August 1, 2007 (11:54 am)

    Thanks, R-S … didn’t hit our radar then because it didn’t mention he lived in WS, luxuriously furnished or not. Often when people hit the news, we use public databases to check if they’re from here just for the heck of it, but we missed that article entirely!

  • Jan August 1, 2007 (2:56 pm)

    gee…on further thought…maybe we should invite him to the blog. He has an e-mail address at American Life, Inc in Seattle. We need all sorts of people reading the blog ;-)

  • mrwillow August 1, 2007 (4:49 pm)

    Why don’t you just leave him alone? He prefers to be low profile, has never (apparently), asked to be interviewed, and does what he does. HELLO.

  • Jan August 1, 2007 (5:50 pm)

    Mr. willow…lighten up…it’s all teasing :) did ya see the wink?

  • GenHillOne August 1, 2007 (7:27 pm)

    Admittedly, I seem to have selective ADD at times, so my reading trailed off when I got bored with the article…but what’s the deal with permanent residency being exchanged for investments? I’ve never heard of that and is sounds a little shady doesn’t it?

  • Jim August 2, 2007 (11:35 am)

    Pretty sad that he seems to have no regard for the effect his business will have for the SODO area. Seattle does need room for industrial and epecially port business; rezoning to make room for residential areas in SODO seems a bad idea.

  • Dis August 2, 2007 (5:21 pm)

    Anyone who’s trying to change the city’s industrial corridor is fair game. He took himself out of low profile when he started accumulating properties in an attempt to change zoning. This affects everyone, especially blue collar workers. (West Seattle has traditionally been a blue collar area, believe it or not). It’s the attitude that anyone can do anything in the name of capitalism that’s putting even those making 100,000 plus into the new “working class.”

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