Olympic Tower is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, across the street from Macy's, Amazon, Columbia Sportswear and the light rail Tunnel. Offices feature large windows with stunning views of Puget Sound, Pike Place Market, Westlake Center and downtown.
Built in 1929, the Olympic Tower is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally known as the United Shopping Tower, the building was designed as a unique retail center with specialty shopping on each floor.
After the Great Depression, the tower was converted into offices and renamed the Northwestern Mutual Insurance Building. The third floor was expanded and the floors above were extended to the west in the early 1940s. In the early 1980s, the building became headquarters for Olympic Savings and was renamed Olympic Tower.
The terra cotta building has been designated a City of Seattle Landmark, recognized as a classic example of Art Deco architecture. Through several renovations and additions, Olympic Tower remains a tribute to an era of rapid industrialization, reflecting the luxury and glamour of the late 1920s.
12,267 RSF full floor
Large, open work environment all on one floor, with conference room, kitchen and three private offices. Downtown Seattle views.
5,185 RSF Full floor
Creative open space with tremendous views of downtown Seattle and the waterfront. Exposed ceilings, open floor plan with kitchen and several private offices.
Panoramic views of Elliott Bay and downtown from expansive windows.
Walking distance to transit, cafes, restaurants, bars, shopping.
Creative and traditional office build outs available.
Full or partial floor office suites offer creative environments with exposed 12' ceilings, concrete floors, pendant lighting and open work environments.
On-site building management.
Secure parking and bike storage available on-site.
Gigabit fiber internet service available to every floor through Zayo and CenturyLink.