Eastlake Center, composed of two Class A office buildings, is located on the bustling arterial that connects Seattle’s burgeoning South Lake Union neighborhood and the University of Washington. This corridor is recognized as one of the Puget Sound region’s most robust real estate markets.
Eastlake Center is near the University of Washington, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, NOAA, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and ZymoGenetics.
Eastlake Center has been home to several business pioneers. The Blume Company developed Eastlake Center II as a build-to-suit for Walker Richer Quinn. WRQ now is part of Attachmate, the state’s largest privately owned software company.
Eastlake Center features sweeping views of Lake Union and the Olympic Mountains. Other amenities include shower facilities, bike storage, proximity to Metro transit and easy access to Interstate 5. The property is one block from the proposed streetcar line extension to downtown and the UW, and it is steps away from the future Lake Union loop trail.
Eastlake Center I and II were completed in 1985 and 1989, respectively.
Eastlake Center I and II Property Facts
2815 and 2825 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle
- Total of 88,000 square feet
- Spectacular views of Lake Union
- Shower facilities and bike storage
- Proximity to Metro transit stops
- Location along the proposed streetcar route and near the future Lake Union loop trail
- Easy I-5 access
- Parking for 198 vehicles