Exchange Building office interior

Open, creative and
collaborative work

View of Seattle waterfront and Olympic Mountains

Views open to waterfront,
Elliott Bay and beyond

Historic elevator bank at the Exchange Building, Seattle

Beautifully restored
Art Deco styling

Office reception area at the Exchange Building, Seattle

Modern space design
in a historic building

Newly renovated, historic 22-story office building


Where are you located?

The Exchange Building is located at the confluence of Pioneer Square, the waterfront and Seattle’s downtown business district and is 4 blocks from Interstate 5 and 3 blocks from SR 99

How large are your floor plans?

Standard floor plates offer approximately 15,420 –17,733 rsf

Is there parking available?

Numerous parking options are available to tenants in the immediate neighborhood, including the adjacent Norton Building Garage and the 1st & Columbia Garage

Is the building close to public transportation?

Thanks to its central, in-city address, The Exchange Building offers multiple commuting alternatives, including multiple bus routes available from both its 1st and 2nd Avenue entrances and the Light Rail is accessible by the transit tunnel just 3 minutes away. The Sound Transit commuter train station is just minutes away located at King Street Station. The Bainbridge/Bremerton ferry and West Seattle/Vashon Island water taxi terminals are accessible via the walk way overpass located on Marion Street.

Are there any on-site amenities?

Yes, there is a fitness center outfitted with weight resistance equipment, cardio stations, and locker rooms with showers for tenant use only. The building also offers secure storage for 70+ bicycles with direct access to Marion Street.

Are there private meeting rooms available?

Yes, state-of-the-art conference center is available and includes a catering kitchen that will accommodate up to 50 people and will allow for on-site meetings, training sessions and video conferences.

Are there restaurants and coffee shops nearby?

Yes, tenants are within blocks of Seattle’s favorite coffee shops, restaurants, bistros and delis including a Tully’s Coffee that is located on the 4th floor of the building.