Major Corporations Move Downtown

Date Posted: 11.30.2016

The New York Times

Weyerhaeuser’s relocation from a 400-acre corporate campus to an urban headquarters building in Seattle’s downtown area demonstrates a national trend. Increasingly, companies are moving to amenity- and transit-rich cities to recruit talented employees in today’s competitive market. The New York Times explores the explosive Seattle office market and how the design of 200 Occidental serves as a unique recruiting tool for Weyerhaeuser.

For additional coverage of the building design and real estate trends that surround it, see the recent article in Crosscut.