Creative Tech Space Available for Sublease at Rainier Tower

November 12, 2018

Derek Pedersen

In the heart of the Seattle CBD  this space at 1301 5th Ave is perfect for tenants looking for a highly efficient open plan. The 14th floor suite allows for a strong mix of interior private offices, and plenty of natural light for open area workstations. At 18,492 SF, a space of this size is not easy to come by with such a healthy term of +4 years left.

Space details include:

6 private offices, 4 private meeting rooms, 1 executive office,
conference rooms, training room, break room with kitchenette,
and cubicles in open work space.

Located on what is commonly referred to as the Metropolitan Tract of Seattle, Rainier Tower was designed by Minoru Yamasaki, who designed the World Trade Center in New York City. The building shares the block with Amazon‘s brand new development Rainier Square. The e-commerce giant leased up 722,000 SF of office space, and the project is currently underway right now. The project is set to complete in 2020. If you are looking to hire software engineers, you are in luck! PCC and a host of other stores/restaurants will establish a hub inside the new Rainier Square tower, feel free to grab a quick bite and chat up some Amazonians about potential openings within your office!

5th Ave is one of the most popular streets downtown, and is conveniently located near major restaurants including Purple Cafe, and The Capital Grille, as well as Seattle’s premier athletic club the WAC.

For more information, please fill out our OFFICE SPACE QUESTIONNAIRE or email us directly @ [email protected]

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