Time Inc Sublease Hits Market

December 10, 2018

Derek Pedersen

Market Expert
Associate, Savills Studley
Washington Licensed Real Estate Broker

Call 206-422-6198

Mark Benioff what’s up! Time Inc is looking to dispose of their 13,880 SF space at the Exchange building in downtown Seattle. Located on the corner of 2nd and Marion, the Exchange building is one of the last remaining truly Art Deco structures in the CBD. The 23 story tower was completed in 1930 by John Graham an English born architect. With numerous tech tenants such as Slalom Consulting, Deloitte Digital, and Zonar Systems calling the Exchange Building home– I’m sure the new ownership Blackstone will be receptive to any interested tech user looking to consider this space an opportunity to establish a long term presence.

This space shouldn’t be on the market for long…with 22 foot exposed ceilings, direct lobby exposure, and floor to ceiling glass providing exceptional light exposure. The sublease has roughly 4 years of term left with an expiration of January 2023. Time Inc’s office space is newly designed, and perfect for the next creative user to call it home.

Building on-site amenities include the always popular Cafe Hitchcock, a state of the art fitness center, conference center & bike storage.

Furniture systems are available*

For more information on this property please click here. Feel free to try our free office space search here

 

 

 

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