Workspaces for Rent in Bellevue, Washington

In the heart of Seattle's eastside, Bellevue is an global access point for the Pacific Rim and leader in the city's exploding information technology sector.

108th Avenue NE, Bellevue, 98004 Starting at $900

Centrally located among Downtown Bellevue’s amenities. Ideal for commuters with access to mass transit and freeways, within walking distance of the Public Library, Art Museum, and Park. Rich, natural light through 6′ windows and expansive views across Bellevue from the 11th floor. Conference rooms, common spaces, phone rooms, a mother’s space, on-site bike storage, and a shower.

 

Cross Streets: At Northup Way

NE 8th Street, Bellevue, 98004 Starting at $550

The Plaza Center building is heart of downtown Bellevue's business district. This 15-story class A building has an abundant amenity base with restaurants an shops within walking distance and an onsite feature includes a first-class bank. Bellevue is the second largest city center in Washington state and was ranked as the 4th best place to live in America by CNNMoney.com making an office rental at 10900 NE 8th Street the perfect address for your business. 

 

Cross Streets: 110th Avenue and NE 8th Street

SE 36th Street, Bellevue, 98006 Starting at $500

Beautiful, newly remodeled business center, located in a Class "A", low rise building in the heart of Bellevue with Valley and mountain views. The Eastside Office Center is conveniently located at the intersection of S.E. 36th St. and 142nd Pl. near the I-90 and I-405 Freeways, Downtown Bellevue, shopping centers, and restaurants. Nearby restaurants include Applebee's, Red Robin, and Taco Time. 

 

Cross Streets: 146th Avenue SE

N.E. 1st Street, Bellevue, 98005 Starting at $600

A prestige address at the Ridgewood Corporate Square center puts your business close to the commercial heart of Seattle's eastern city-suburb, Bellevue. The business center is on the third floor of an office building in a park setting and boasting a striking atrium. Situated just minutes from Bellevue's Main Street, the business center's immediate neighbors in the Overlake district include professional services companies, while the area is also home to high-profile technology multinationals and a number of corporate campuses. Bellevue continues to be named in surveys as one of the best places in the US to live and launch a business. With direct highway access to Seattle, it offers a diverse and thriving economy and a workforce among the most literate in the US. Seattle is the trade, distribution, financial and services center for the north-west US and a gateway to international trade markets beyond.

 

Cross Streets: N.E. 1st Street

112th Ave SE, Bellevue, 98004 Starting at $500

A business campus set in 65 acres of woodland and attractive grounds is the well-positioned location of the Bellefield Office Park business center. This highly accessible center can be found minutes from downtown, a short distance from the I-405. The park is home to a mix of big-name corporations and small to medium businesses, reflecting the diverse make-up of industries in the area. Bellevue is the second largest employment hub in King County, with retail and service sectors leading the way. Real estate, engineering, finance and accounting companies make their homes in the city, while hi-tech firms are key players. Some of the largest public companies in Washington are also based here, attracted by the city’s accessibility through two major highways and its trading capabilities via the Port of Seattle, the second largest container port in the US. The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is about half an hour’s drive from the center.

 

Cross Streets: 112th Ave SE

Northup Way, Bellevue, 98005 Starting at $500

Located close to where the interstate meets the state route to Seattle, the Mt Pacific business center is conveniently positioned for easy access to markets. It occupies a three-floor building overlooking woodland that’s also close to a bus route and many amenities. Bellevue, which means ‘beautiful view’ in French, has grown from a rural community to a major business and retail powerhouse with a mix of industries drawn to its proximity to the I-90 and I-405, the Port of Seattle and to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. It’s home to around 145 company headquarters. Seattle-Bellevue has become a base for global technology leaders, including big names in aerospace, software and computing, in-mobile communications, finance, and software engineering. Another draw is the region’s educated and international workforce and entrepreneurial talent, with 50% of the population having at least a bachelor’s degree.

 

Cross Streets: Northup Way

156th Avenue, NE, Bellevue, 98007 Starting at $600

Sophisticated reception areas, inspired by nationally acclaimed designer, Doug Rasar, provide a visual masterpiece of success. We offer private offices, virtual offices and conference rooms within our site, along with a professional administrative staff, leading edge technology and a convenient location in a beautiful park like setting at Unigard Park in the Overlake area, just blocks from the main Microsoft campus. Clients enjoy the use of an elegant reception area, seven fully furnished conference rooms, and a training room that can accommodate up to fifty people as well as two touchdown stations in our spacious common area. The Center also provides LCD projectors, and other advanced audio-visual technology. Our on-site support team is also available to provide professional administrative support. For added convenience, clients have access to plenty of free parking as well as underground parking. There are two Marriott properties nearby, the Residence Inn and the Fairfield Inn. Also nearby are the Embassy Suites and the Silver Cloud Inn. Convenient access to the Parkview Café on-site in Unigard Park offers a wonderful place to eat breakfast and lunch, and provides delicious catering for any of your meeting needs. Just minutes away are several eateries and restaurants, some of the very best located in Crossroads Mall just down the street. The neighborhood includes many shopping opportunities with wonderful boutiques in The Redmond Town Center, a short drive down Highway 520.

Cross Streets: 156th Avenue, NE, Suite 100, Building F

N.E. 4th Street, Bellevue, 98004 Starting at $700

The Bellevue Skyline Tower location is situated in the core of downtown Bellevue, with captivating views of the Seattle skyline, Mount Rainier and Lake Washington, as well as easy access to I-405. This building features twenty-four floors with a variety of professional amenities such as a café, fitness center, specialty store and a full service bank. Clients enjoy the use of an elegant reception area, four fully-furnished conference rooms, and two guest offices. The Center also provides LCD projectors and other advanced audio-visual technology. Our onsite support team is also available to provide professional administrative support. For added convenience, clients have 24 hour access to the building and underground parking, as well as around the clock security. The Sheraton Bellevue Seattle East Hotel resides on the same block as the Skyline Tower and the Courtyard By Marriott, Westin Hotels & Resorts, and Guest Suites Pacific are nearby. Clients are twenty minutes from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport with shuttle services by the Seattle Portland Express. Within three blocks of the Skyline Tower is the Bellevue Square where a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options are available such as: P.F. Changs, Ristorante Luciano, The Cheesecake Factory, Z'Tejas Southwestern Grill, Ruth's Chris Steak House, Pagliacci Pizza, and more. Throughout downtown Bellevue is the soothing Botanical Gardens and the awe-inspiring Bellevue Art Museum. The neighborhood also includes the Glendale Country Club, Home Depot, Jack & Jill Day Care, along with many unique boutiques and every day amenities.

 

Cross Streets: Skyline Tower, 10900 N.E. 4th Street

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