The Jack provides a work space within a rich historical context that enhances the vitality of the neighborhood and provides employees an unparalleled work environment. Pioneer Square’s position as a hub for ferry service, light rail, and expanded bus service along the waterfront make the neighborhood a perfect home for businesses looking to offer a workplace with the live-work experience that their employees crave.
Designed by Seattle based Olson Kundig Architects, The Jack’s unique side core design provides a flexible floor plate that can accommodate tech fit outs while still appealing to creative and professional and business services. With an upscale amenity mix, a dedicated, secure office entrance, and multiple forms of mass transit right outside the door, The Jack represents a premier boutique office offering in Pioneer Square’s amenity rich neighborhood.
|Property Address||74 S Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104|
|Building Type||Cast in place concrete structure with a brick façade and historic replica windows|
|Average Floor Plate RSF||±20,000|
|Parking||42 Secure Underground Stalls|
|Estimated Delivery||Q3 2022|
|LEED Certification||Pursuing LEED Gold or better|
|WELL Building Certification||Pursuing WELL Building Gold or better|
The Jack was designed to accommodate today's innovative companies with modern amenities and features:
With The Jack, our team at Urban Visions is developing a building that will add to the character of the neighborhood, while also highlighting the history of the Seattle Waterfront. The main entrance on Jackson pivots focus to the neighborhood amenities and branding ability of the location, while allowing for dynamic retail space along Alaskan Way.
For further examples of our experience, including Weyerhaeuser’s headquarters in Occidental Park, please review our website below.
Waterfront Seattle is a multi-year program to rebuild Seattle's waterfront following the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. The Seattle waterfront will be transformed into a vibrant public space from Pioneer Square to Belltown: