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King Street Center

201 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104

  • 326,828 net rentable s.f.
  • 445 structured parking spaces
  • completed in 1999 


This eight-story building in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square District is adjacent to the landmark King Street Station. The building design is compatible in size and character to neighboring buildings, with an exterior of brick and concrete panels.

King Street Center, with its proximity to the International District Transit Station and the western terminus of Interstate 90, offers excellent transportation access. Parking in the area is also abundant and affordable. Companies located in Pioneer Square have a vast array of shops, restaurants, sports venues, and other convenient employee amenities within easy walking distance.

King Street Center was awarded LEED Gold in the Existing Building category by the U.S. Green Building Council in August 2004, and achieved re-certification as LEED-EB V3 Gold in January 2012.

In June 2005, King Street Center won the "International Office Building of the Year" Award for outstanding Government Building by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). The building also received the EPA WasteWise Award in November 2004 for its exemplary building recycling and green building features. The building tied for third place for highest performing building in its building size category in the BOMA/BetterBricks 2012 Kilowatt Crackdown.

Click here to visit King County's website for more information on King Street Center.