About Us
 

About Us

Goodale & Barbieri Company is Spokane, Washington’s leading commercial real estate, development and property management firm. The company is privately owned and was established in 1937 by Louis Barbieri and Frank Goodale when they purchased Washington Trust Company's Property Management Division. Today, our client base includes properties we have managed since the 1930's, as well as some of downtown Spokane's most prominent buildings. The company is led by Lou's son, Thomas Barbieri, as President and David Peterson, who was mentored by Lou for over 20 years, as Vice President.

Goodale & Barbieri is one of the largest developers and managers in the Inland Northwest with projects in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana totaling nearly 4 million square feet of retail, office, and medical and over 1,200 residential units. We have purchased, sold, developed and leased in excess of $400,000,000 of real estate for our clients in recent years.

We are dedicated to excellence in providing a full range of real estate services. The close coordination between the investment, property management, and operating professionals within Goodale & Barbieri is the key to our ability to deliver exceptional service to our tenants and exceptional value to our clients and partners.

Timeline

Explore our Timeline Feature to learn more about the history of Goodale & Barbieri Company and our 80 years of real estate services in the Pacific Northwest.

Meet Our Team

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Goodale & Barbieri Company has a team of dedicated, knowledgeable real estate brokers with diverse professional backgrounds and portfolios. Utilizing the knowledge and abilities of our entire team allows us to provide the highest level of service and specialization to our clients and deliver unique and integrated real estate solutions.  Learn More »

 

Search Our Properties   

Goodale & Barbieri Company leases and manages commercial and residential  properties throughout the Inland Northwest. Our properties include office, retail, industrial, and mixed use space as well as market rate and subsidized apartment units. See More »