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Office Space for Lease in Seattle

Seattle's thriving tech industry and vibrant urban landscape make it a prime location for office leasing, attracting businesses seeking a dynamic and innovative workspace. 

25.7% Vacancy
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$46.60 Asking Rent,
PSF

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Latest Office Space Listings in Seattle

Seattle - Office
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The Colonial at Seneca Steps

1113-1123 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
United States

Total Available Space: 19,360 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Mutual Life Bldg

605 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
United States

Total Available Space: 18,538 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Available in Future

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1301 4th Ave NW

1301 4th Ave NW
Issaquah, WA 98027
United States

Available Space: 1,860 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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US Bank Center

1420 5th Ave, #2500
Seattle, WA 98101
United States

Available Space: 21,516 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Forest Office Park - Bldg D

14595 NE. Bel-Red Rd., #201
Bellevue, WA 98007
United States

Available Space: 1,110 SF

Rental Price: $30.00 USD

Bellevue - Office
Multiple Spaces

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Forest Office Park - Bldg G

14715 NE Bel-Red Rd
Bellevue, WA 98007
United States

Total Available Space: 3,954 SF

Rental Price: $30.00 USD

Bellevue - Office
Multiple Spaces

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Northup North Office Park - Bldg C

2330 130th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98005
United States

Total Available Space: 3,850 SF

Rental Price: $30.00 USD

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Northcut Landing West

4915 25th Ave NE, #101
Seattle, WA 98105
United States

Available Space: 2,252 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Why implement your office in Seattle?

Seattle, often called the "Emerald City," has emerged as a premier destination for office leasing in recent years. Renowned for its thriving tech industry, the city is home to tech giants like Amazon and Microsoft, as well as a plethora of innovative startups. This tech-driven ecosystem has created a high demand for office space, leading to a competitive market for leasing options. Seattle's urban landscape, characterized by stunning views of the Puget Sound and the majestic Mount Rainier, further adds to its appeal. The city offers a diverse range of office spaces, from sleek modern buildings in the bustling downtown area to unique co-working spaces in trendy neighborhoods like Capitol Hill and South Lake Union. With its vibrant cultural scene, abundant recreational opportunities, and a highly educated workforce, Seattle continues to attract businesses seeking a dynamic and collaborative workspace that fosters creativity and innovation. 


How much does it cost to rent an office in Seattle?

The cost of renting an office in Seattle can vary significantly depending on various factors such as the location, size, amenities, lease terms, and the current real estate market conditions.

To read: our Seattle MarketBeat Office report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Are office space rents likely to increase in Seattle?

Seattle has experienced a notable increase in office space rental rates in recent years due to several factors. The city's strong economy, driven by the presence of major tech companies and a thriving startup scene, has created a high demand for office space. This demand, coupled with limited supply, has contributed to rising rental prices.  


Popular neighborhoods in Seattle

Seattle offers a variety of popular neighborhoods for leasing office space, catering to different preferences and industries. Here are a few notable ones: 

  • Downtown Seattle: The heart of the city, downtown Seattle is a bustling hub for business and commerce. It houses iconic skyscrapers and corporate headquarters, making it an ideal location for businesses seeking a central and prestigious address. 
  • South Lake Union: Located just north of downtown, South Lake Union has transformed into a vibrant tech and innovation district. With its proximity to Amazon's headquarters and numerous tech companies, this neighborhood offers modern office spaces and a collaborative atmosphere. 
  • Capitol Hill: Known for its vibrant arts and culture scene, Capitol Hill attracts creative industries and startups. It features a mix of historic and contemporary buildings, offering a unique blend of character and functionality for office leasing. 
  • Pioneer Square: Seattle's oldest neighborhood, Pioneer Square, combines historic charm with a thriving entrepreneurial spirit. It boasts brick and timber loft-style buildings, trendy cafes, and a close-knit community, making it an attractive option for creative businesses. 
  • Ballard: Situated in the northwest part of Seattle, Ballard has experienced significant growth in recent years. It offers a mix of industrial and modern office spaces, along with a lively atmosphere, diverse dining options, and access to beautiful waterfront views. 
  • Fremont: Known for its quirky and artistic character, Fremont is a neighborhood that appeals to creative and tech-focused companies. It offers a range of office spaces, including converted warehouses and contemporary buildings, all within a lively and eclectic environment. 

Getting to and from Seattle

Seattle is well-connected and offers several transportation options for getting to and from the city: 

  • Sea-Tac International Airport: Seattle is served by Sea-Tac International Airport, located about 14 miles south of downtown. It is a major airport with numerous domestic and international flights, making it easy to reach Seattle from various destinations. 
  • Public Transportation: Seattle has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, light rail, and streetcars. King County Metro operates bus routes throughout the city and surrounding areas, while Sound Transit provides light rail services connecting downtown Seattle with the airport and neighboring cities like Bellevue and Tacoma. 
  • Amtrak: Seattle's King Street Station is a hub for Amtrak train services, offering connections to various cities in the region and beyond. Amtrak's Cascades route, for example, runs from Vancouver, Canada, through Seattle, to Portland and Eugene, Oregon. 
  • Interstate Highways: Several major interstate highways serve Seattle, including Interstate 5 (I-5), which runs north-south through the city and connects it to neighboring states like Oregon and California. Interstate 90 (I-90) provides an east-west connection to cities like Spokane, Washington, and ultimately reaches the East Coast. 
  • Ferries: Seattle is surrounded by water, and ferry services are available for transportation to nearby islands and other coastal destinations. Washington State Ferries operate from terminals in downtown Seattle, offering routes to places like Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, and the San Juan Islands.
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