Yale Campus – a highly sustainable office, life-sciences/biotech and retail campus – is mere blocks from Amazon.com’s new world headquarters in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. The flagship of The Blume Company’s portfolio, Yale Campus is inspired by the work of legendary urban theorist, author and activist Jane Jacobs, who revolutionized urban planning by encouraging the creation of vibrant, human-scaled places.
The new Class A office and life-sciences building is perfectly located in Seattle's thriving, innovative South Lake Union neighborhood.
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.
Built in 1926 in the Mediterranean Revival style, this historic site is rooted in the golden age of the American automobile and is a keystone property in The Blume Company portfolio.
45th Street Plaza
Upon its completion, this Class A office building with ground-floor retail was immediately recognized as a standout architectural gem in the neighborhood adjacent to University of Washington. Designed by Mulvanny/G2 Architecture, the six-story 45th Street Plaza is built of concrete and steel.
Located at the north end of Lake Union, the four-story Northlake Plaza is a Class A office building in Fremont near the offices of high-tech powerhouses Adobe Systems, Google and Getty Images.