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About The Seattle Office Market:

Seattle, the Emerald City, provides lots of options for office space. There are a wide range of areas to choose from. You can locate your office in the Downtown area or the Hip South Lake Union, Belltown, Lower Queen Anne or any of the smaller pockets of office space in Seattle; each of which has its own identity and feel.

With roughly 51 million square feet of office space located in Seattle and another similar amount in other nearby Puget Sound markets such as Bellevue, Redmond and the Southend, there are lots of location decisions to be made. Much of those decisions are based upon your company’s needs and wants. We can help. Having a qualified tenant rep in the process, like the ones we have at OfficeFinder, can make some of these decisions much easier.

Seattle Office Submarkets

The Seattle CBD with over 20 million square feet of office space, is located between Olive Street on the North and South to Yessler and from Puget Sound on the west to Interstate 5 on the east. It is composed of class A and class B buildings ranging in size from 20,000 sq. ft. to 1,000,000 sq. ft. Most of the landlords of the CBD are large institutional groups that require good financial standing from tenants looking to lease office space.

Belltown / Denny Regrade – Just to the north of the CBD South of the Seattle Center and the Space Needle. This a mixed use are with apartments, condos and office buildings. Originally it was a steep hill that is now flat. It was “regraded” in the early 20th century. It is also a hotspot for restaurants and night clubs.

Lower Queen Anne – Is a smaller office submarket of Seattle, located to the north of the central business district from Highland Ave., South Denny Street and consists mostly of class B office buildings from 20,000 square feet to 200,000 square feet. Also in the area are the Seattle Center, Space Needle and Experience Music Project. It is also where the bill and Melinda Gates foundation is headquartered with its LEEDS platinum U-shaped buildings.

South Lake Union - Mostly class A and B office buildings of 50,000 sq.ft. to 500,000 sq. ft. is the major tenant in this market with Paul Allens’ Vulcan Real Estate, the major landlord. Amazon is beginning construction on three 40 story office towers totaling 3 million sq. ft.

West Lake Union - As its name implies it is located along the western shores of Lake Union from Fremont South to Mercer Street. It is composed of mostly class B and C buildings in the 10,000 square foot range to 200,000 square feet. There is currently some new construction in the area. It provides abundant street parking along Westlake as well as good bus service and bike lanes on Dexter Avenue.

East Lake Union - South of the University district between Interstate 5 and Lake Union along Eastlake Avenue. This submarket has mostly class B and C office buildings ranging from 100,000 sq. ft. to 300,000 sq. ft. There is some biomedical office space located in the area with Zymogenetics as the largest tenant, located in the old Lake Union Steam Plant building that they renovated.

University District - home of University of Washington and most of the office buildings are occupied by the University leaving very little available office space.

North End - The major office submarket in the North End is Northgate. Lots of retail in the area, some medical space as well as a small amount of conventional office space.

Pioneer Square - Located just to the south of the CBD, it continues down to Safeco field, home of The MLB Mariners and Qwest Field, home of the NFL Seahawks and MLS Sounders. The Pioneer Square office market consists primarily of class B buildings of 25,000 square feet to 400,000 square feet. This is the historical submarket of Seattle. Comprised of older renovated office buildings companies like HTC, Capital One, and Pixar have offices here. There are a lot of "brick and beam" spaces in this market and is a good location those tenants looking for creative type of office space.

SoDo - the area’s name was developed back in the old Kingdome days is known as south of the dome. There are mostly class B and C office buildings accommodating smaller tenants. It is more of an industrial area.

South End - This market has a limited amount of office buildings. South of Seattle has historically been the industrial area of the city so there are very few options for office tenants. It does have good access to the freeways and light rail stations are located throughout South Seattle.

West Seattle - A very small office market with most of the buildings located near the "junction" in the heart of West Seattle. Bartell Drugs has the corporate headquarters in their submarket.

Other Nearby Office Markets:

The Metro Seattle office space markets includes many sub markets. Those located on the eastside of Lake Washington include:

Bellevue - 520 Corridor
Bellevue - Bel Square
Bellevue - CBD
Bellevue - Eastgate
Bellevue - Factoria
Bellevue - I-90 Corridor
Bellevue - Overlake
Kirkland - Juanita
Mercer Island
Yarrow Point

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We serve all of these as well as most those to the north and south of Seattle including Federal Way and Tacoma to the south and Everett and Lynnwood to the north. Give us a try. There is no cost or obligation; nothing to lose!

A good LOCAL tenant rep will not only make your decision of where to locate your office space in Seattle or surrounding areas and easier one, but they will also provide you with the market intelligence you need to make a good financial decision. Their proprietary office space databases provide accurate and up to date information on all of the vacancies currently available. Their relationships with the “players” in the market also allows them to know about office space in Seattle that may be coming onto the market, but not yet listed. This will all help you in your process of finding and securing your next office space. This is their day to day business. They are successful and can make a big difference in your office space outcome... if you give them the chance. There is no cost to you for their services and there is no obligation to work with them unless they can show you what they can do for you to your satisfaction. It is a no lose scenario for you. Complete the short form at the top of this page, tell us a little about your needs so we can have the best qualified tenant rep contact you to get things started or call us at 425-391-8900 to discuss your needs.

Seattle Office Space Markets

Useful Statistics for businesses looking for office space in Seattle
  Seattle WA State
2020 Estimated Population 741,251 7,512,465
Median Age 35.2 37.8
Occupied 154,840 1,838,059
Owned 363,503 4,816,399
Rented 346,738 2,465,310
Average Household Size 2.08 2.53
Rental Vacancies 6,469 40,974
Homeowner Vacancies 1,632 17,435
Median Home Value $713,600 $366,800
Median Monthly Rental Cost $1,702 $1,337
Median Household Income $52,142 $37,656
Individuals below poverty level 52,276 472,657
Educational Attainment: High school graduate 52,806 1,133,689
Educational Attainment: Some College 115,278 1,727,441
Educational Attainment: Bachelor degree or higher 205,881 1,183,949
Commute 224,084 2,881,866
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Drive Alone 194,369 2,528,438
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Carpool 29,715 353,428
Use Public Transportation 92,022 218,379
Work from Home 62,635 326,515
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