450 Alaskan

August 25, 2018

Derek Pedersen

Market Expert
Associate, Savills Studley
Washington Licensed Real Estate Broker

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Located in Seattle’s redefined Pioneer Square District, the beautiful 167,000 SF structure completed last fall offers amenities in abundance, including a 3,800 SF rooftop deck perfect for company parties, or hosting events. The building is strategically located in an active and vibrant neighborhood with close access to both Safeco and CenturyLink.

What some consider comparable to L.A.’s Arts District, Pioneer Square is well-known for its rich history and expanding arts culture and has recently played host to a new swath of tech, and gaming studios. Hudson’s new Class A office development is a great opportunity for a new tech user looking to expand their portfolio, or set up a new office entirely.
Both the 3rd and 4th floors offer a blank canvas upon which your architect and designer can express your brand, and configure the space to your needs. Hudson Pacific specializes in creating the type of live, work, play spaces that shine, “We develop and manage workspace for the world’s leading innovative and creative companies.”

Floor 3: 23,750 RSF @ $41.00/NNN

Floor 4: 23,728 RSF @ $41.00/NNN

Saltchuk and Regus’ new technology arm “Spaces” have leased up spaces at the site.

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