Centre 425

Centre 425

“Centre 425 has become the premier office space in Bellevue’s CBD.” 

Pam Hirsch, Schnitzer West managing partner

 

Bellevue CBD high-rise: Best-in-class work environment attracts top workforce

Centre 425, a 16-story Class A office high-rise in downtown Bellevue’s central business district, characterizes the future corporate environment. Currently leased by Amazon, the state-of-the-art office building includes eight levels of subgrade parking and a variety of work environments: a communal workspace with meeting rooms on Level 1; a great room on Level 2; traditional office floors above-grade; and a rooftop conference/hospitality center with indoor and outdoor spaces. The engaging corporate office environment resembles an energetic company where top talent can experience a thriving career.

DCI Engineers devised a specific top-down construction approach for building the subgrade parking garage levels. The team designed the primary steel gravity and concrete lateral framing systems for the high-rise. The lateral wind and seismic force resisting system for Centre 425 is a central concrete core and the shear wall system provides high ductility. 

Project Highlights

  • Features “The Vue,” a rooftop conference/hospitality center with indoor and outdoor spaces – the first of its kind featured in the Bellevue CBD when the building opened.
  • Eight levels of below-grade parking (a total of 739 stalls) built via a top-down construction method to accommodate property easements.

 

Location: 
Bellevue, Washington
Square Feet: 
360,000-SF
Stories: 
16
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Steel
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial
High Rise

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