Industrial buildings are the backbone of our local economies, yet they rarely reflect the long-term investment that they deserve. SODO ROW is one building that attempts to redefine industrial; taking care to project a polished outward image and supplying the tenant with updated interiors that include flexible office, warehouse and showroom space for varying needs.
Seattle’s SoDo district has had an interesting history over the last century. What started as filled-in tidal flats with sawmills and rail yards, transitioned to an industrial hub filled with warehouses for the port. Today, SoDo continues its transformation and now flourishes as a diverse business district, still retaining its industrial roots, but also mixing in retail, office, service, and unique entertainment & dining options. Besides being drawn to its historical industrial vibe, companies located here note that the rents are still relatively affordable compared to the rest of Seattle. The location provides easy access to I-5 and visibility from 1st Avenue as well as a close proximity to Pioneer Square, International district, Downtown, Port of Seattle and Georgetown.
SODO ROW has gone from drab and outdated to fresh and modernized, ready for your creative endeavors.
Showroom, warehouse, and creative office space available for lease south of downtown Seattle. This 234,000 SF stand-alone grade-level building with plenty of parking is available now.
SODO ROW has 202,621 square feet of space available for lease (divisible to 3,200 SF). 50,706 square feet of it consists of office, showroom and HVAC space. Each bay is approximately 31,600 square feet with a typical column spacing of 22’x22’.
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There are plenty of things to do in SoDo, which offers a unique mix of industry and entertainment. The two sports stadiums at the north end of the neighborhood draw thousands of visitors during home games, concerts and events. Several well-known brands have headquartered in SoDo, including: Starbucks, Filson, and Rainier Brewing Company. Breweries, wineries and distilleries continue to establish roots in this dynamic area.
|1||Two Beers Brewing Co.||7||Bartholomew Winery|
|2||Seattle Cider Co.||8||Starbucks|
|3||Georgetown Brewing Co.||9||Burger Madness|
|4||Seattle Wine Tours||10||Siren Tavern|
|5||Schooner Exact Brewing Co.||11||Yak's Teriyaki|
|6||Elsom Cellars||12||SoDo Deli|
|14||Living Computer Museum|
|15||SoDo Tracks Murals|
|17||Old Rainier Brewery|
|19||Federal Center South|
|20||Port of Seattle|
|21||Light Rail SoDo Station|