Greenbridge Finishes Renovations on Seattle Office

The company first acquired the asset back in 2014 from Hines Interests. The 280,000-square-foot office includes new fitness center, conference center, various cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Georgetown Squared
Georgetown Squared

Greenbridge Investment Partners has completed an extensive renovation of Georgetown Squared, a 280,000-square-foot Class A office building located in Seattle.

Built in 1983 as a showroom part of the Seattle Design Center, the five-story building includes tenants such as Iridio Studios, Builders Capital, Andersen Construction, Archbright, Darigold, Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Netfortris. Located at 5601 S. 6th Ave., next to the Seattle Design Center, also owned by Greenbridge, the G2 offers convenient access to downtown Seattle and various restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues.

New and Improved

Georgetown Squared features 60,000-square-foot floorplates and includes new amenities such as:

  • fitness center with locker rooms and showers
  • conference center
  • fiber connections with one GB of capacity
  • covered parking

Additionally, the new improvements include more than 100 cafes, pubs and restaurants alongside retail parks and recreations. The American Lunch Association will move into the building until this year’s end. According to data provider Yardi Matrix, Greenbridge Investment Partners first purchased the asset in 2014 from Hines Interests for $25 million.

“Creating a space that addresses our tenants’ existing needs while anticipating future growth was our top priority during the renovation,” Fareed Kanani, principal of Greenbridge Investment Partners, said in a statement. “We brought the building to life by designing areas that will act as catalysts to the innovation and success of our tenants, while providing ample amenities to enhance the workplace experience.”

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