Paul Sleeth joined Newmark in 2017 as an Executive Managing Director in the Seattle office, where he specializes in retail property investments. Over a career spanning 37 years, Mr. Sleeth has completed more than 282 investment transactions totaling over $3.9 billion.
Mr. Sleeth leads the Sleeth Retail Investment Team with Billy Sleeth, also an Executive Managing Director at Newmark. Formed in 1991, the team focuses exclusively on retail investments in the greater Puget Sound region of Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, and California. Mr. Sleeth established the team to provide a systematic approach to retail properties that exceeds institutional standards and maximizes returns for their investors.
Mr. Sleeth joined Newmark after 26 years at Colliers, where he consistently ranked among the firm’s top producers. He also was an advisory board director of Colliers International and one of fewer than 40 brokers chosen in the United States to represent the Colliers Investment Services Group (CISG) for North America.
Prior to Colliers, Mr. Sleeth worked at Leibsohn & Company, a full-service real estate brokerage headquartered in Bellevue. He also worked at James S. Black & Company, now NAI Black, in Spokane.
- Briar Portfolio, Washington Street - $175 million; 15-property portfolio
- Bellevue Village Center Development Site, Bellevue - $145 million
- Marketplace at Factoria, Bellevue - $100 million
- Alderwood Parkway, Lynnwood - $95 million
- Bellevue Galleria, Bellevue - $87 million
- Lakeland Town Center, Auburn - $52 million
- Canyon Park East & West - $50.9 million
- Sternco Shopping Center, Bellevue - $49 million
- North Benson Center - $49.8 million
- Interbay Urban Center, Seattle - $48 million
- Northpointe Shopping Center, Spokane, WA - $44 million
- University Village, Seattle, WA - $42.3 million
- Alderwood Plaza, Lynnwood - $41 million
- Triangle Mall, Longview, WA - $40 million
- Tacoma South, Tacoma - $39 million
- Town Center at Lake Forest, Lake Forest Park - $37 million
- Klahanie Shopping Center, Sammamish - $36 million
- Woodinville Plaza, Woodinville - $35 million
- Canyon Crossing, Frederickson - $35 million
- Bridle Trails, Kirkland - $32 million
- James Center, Tacoma - $32 million
- SIOR Investment Broker of the Year (with Billy Sleeth), NAIOP, 2015
- Number Four, U.S. Top 25 Producers, Colliers, 2015
- Number One, U.S. Top 25 Producers, Colliers, 2005
- Member, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- Past president, Washington State Commercial Association of REALTORS® (WSCAR)
- Past board member, Puget Sound Commercial Brokers Association (CBA)
Mr. Sleeth earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business.