CBS Sunday Morning showcased the award-winning team of engineers and the inventive Speedcore design that fueled the construction of Rainier Square. Kudos to the entire architecture and engineering team for their remarkable achievements.
Rainier Square in the News
The 8,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and cafe will offer full lunch and dinner service as well as coffee, baked goods and grab-and-go items.
Seattle micro-roaster Fonté Coffee Roaster is opening a new flagship coffee shop and restaurant at Rainier Square in downtown Seattle later this year.
SEATTLE January 5, 2022 – Today Wright Runstad & Company (“Wright Runstad”) announced that PCC Community Markets, one of Seattle’s original grocers and the largest community-owned food market in the U.S., will open a new downtown store in Rainier Square on January 19, 2022. The store will be located at 1320 4th Avenue, with ample validated parking available in the Rainier Square garage. The entrance to the garage is located on Union Street between 4th and 5th Avenues.
PCC Community Markets now has an opening date for its new downtown Seattle store in Rainier Square tower: Jan. 19.
With a tip of the hat to all the amazing brokers and owners who approach me with incredible properties to be featured, here are some of my favorites this year. Not surprising that all of these gems were snapped up and are off the market, except for the last one, a luxe residential tower which is more than half leased at this time.
NAIOP's annual Night of the Stars gala was held in person last Friday at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. The DJC will run a full roster of the winners next week, along with a comprehensive online photo gallery. Owing to the pandemic, which made last year's gathering a virtual affair, the shifted timeframe for nominees was for projects completed between July 1, 2020 and Aug. 1, 2021.
SEATTLE – Presented on Friday night at the NAIOPWA 2021 Night of the Stars Gala, the awards honored an impressive slate of commercial real estate projects that serve the community with innovations in retail, office, industrial and multi-family development.
Two and half years after Amazon backed out of plans to occupy a giant new skyscraper in downtown Seattle, commercial and residential tenants are moving into Rainier Square, a swooping glass tower that has assumed a prominent place in the city’s skyline.