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Offering exceptional five star office space with a mix of features and solutions that include a professional reception meet and greet services, board rooms, communications systems, air con, 24 hour access and security.
This Deluxe Class A skyscraper office building is situated on 5th Avenue, Seattle. Easy access to Interstate 5. More info
Four star executive office suites located in an attractive building, benefiting from reception services, high end furnishings, conference suites, communications systems and 24 hour access.
This superior business center is located on 7th Avenue, Seattle. Close to retail stores, hotels, restaurants and the... More info
Office facilities include facilities and services to help create virtual offices and still maintain business professionalism, a shared office space, and also lounge areas for when staff and employees need to relax or talk in an informal setting. For amenities, we offer air conditioning to help control the internal office environment.
Located in Elliott Ave, this office is well placed for anyone doing business in this area of Seattle. More info
Providing deluxe Five Star office suites furnished to an exceptional standard. With reception services, board rooms, lounge areas, communications systems, 24 hour access and more.
This Class A business center is ideally situated close to a mix of local amenities, restaurants, bars, leisure... More info
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Seattle is the largest city in Washington and the Pacific Northwest, and one of the fastest growing major cities in the United States. The city's metropolitan area is home to approximately 3.6 million people, making it the fifteenth largest in the country. Traditionally a logging town until the nineteenth century, Seattle has evolved from a commercial and shipbuilding centre and a gateway to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush during the late nineteenth century into a major centre for technology. Since the 1980s, software, internet, technology and biotech companies have helped drive the local economy. Home to one of the busiest ports in the country and North America, Seattle is a major gateway for Asia.