Broderick Building - Seattle Area, WA

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Seattle, WA
615 Second Avenue
± 69,451 sq. ft.
± 0.297 acres
1894, renovated in 2013

The Broderick Building is a unique, upgraded heritage office building comprising approximately 69,451 square feet located in downtown Seattle, Washington.  The building is 90% occupied by a variety of tenants including tech and software companies, law firms, and financial advisors, as well as an excellent mix of retail tenants including Starbucks and Seattle Mystery Book.  The building is located in very close proximity to mass transit hubs, which is a key attribute in attracting tenants as over 80% of tenant employees use public transit to commute to work.

The Broderick Building is located at the edge of a unique office market known as Pioneer Square, bordering on the Central Business District (CBD). Pioneer Square is a neighbourhood in the southwest corner of Downtown Seattle that was once the heart of the city and the early structures in the neighbourhood were mostly wooden, and nearly all burned in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. By the end of 1890, dozens of brick and stone buildings had been erected in their stead and to this day, the architectural character of the neighbourhood derives from these late 19th century buildings.  The unique location of the Broderick Building attracts tenants who seek the unique characteristics of Pioneer Square while keeping connected with the downtown core.

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