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WE'RE BUILDING SOMETHING AT THE MARK

 

More than a soaring addition to the Seattle skyline.
More than a new standard for Seattle office space.
More than a world-class hotel, acclaimed restaurant
and historic events venue. And more than a vibrant
hub of community. We're building on the Seattle story.

 

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The Mark accent symbol, resembles a top down view of the sanctuary building located next to The Mark building"I walked through and said, 'We have to save this.' We're not building to sell; we're building to last. And those are two different philosophies."
KEVIN DANIELS

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Inspiration from every Angle

Form and function converge in inspired ways throughout THE MARK. From light-soaked workspaces with flexible configurations to inviting common areas and elite on-site amenities, we’ve curated an environment that enhances professional quality of life as well as productivity.

Opening Early 2017

44 Floors

528,000 SF Class A+
Office Space

184-room Luxury Hotel

UNMATCHED WINDOW HEIGHT

9’ 6” windows — one and a half times the height of typical office spaces — deliver stunning water and mountain views while flooding every level with natural light.

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Windows at THE MARK vs typical windows

Woman looking out of ceiling to floor windows, with smaller typical window dimensions marked out on the glass in front of her.

INCREASED LIGHT, DECREASED GLARE

Low-emissivity radiant glass lets in abundant light and reduces the glare common to West Coast high-rises of the past.

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PREMIUM ON-SITE AMENITIES

Our dedicated office amenities floor features everything from a tenant lounge and fitness facility to a concierge and conference rooms. 

DISTINCTIVE INSIDE AND OUT

Exterior seismic bracing enhances structural safety while also providing column-free floor plates and giving the building its unique geometric facade.

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Detail view of exterior bracing structure.

FLEXIBLE FLOOR PLANS

Savvy internal design, with a floor-to-floor height of 13' 6" and no columns or obstructive bracing, allows for open, creative plans or heavy build-outs.

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Sample build-out

INNOVATIVE GREEN DESIGN

THE MARK is environmentally minded top to bottom, from the photovoltaic glass that crowns it to the living wall at its base — features we hope will earn us LEED Gold certification for core, shell and interiors.

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One Address, Countless Experiences

THE MARK seamlessly connects not only its many facets but also Seattle’s past, present and future. The century-old sanctuary building is set to find new life as home to SLS Hotel’s buzzworthy restaurant and events venue. While rising alongside it, our dazzling new 44-story tower will be a catalyst for business and community, pointing to this city’s skyward future.

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THE SLS HOTEL SEATTLE

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The new Seattle standard


Spanning floors 2–16, SLS at THE MARK brings an elevated sense of style and luxury to our city. Philippe Starck’s celebrated design will be on display throughout the interior, spanning 184 guest rooms and suites, the sumptuous Ciel Spa, a bustling events venue and Bazaar Seattle, the eagerly anticipated restaurant of James Beard Award-winning chef José Andrés.

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THE SANCTUARY

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A gathering place revitalized


Founded over 100 years ago as the First United Methodist Church, the Sanctuary reflects our commitment to preserving Seattle’s rich past while also drawing inspiration from it. In its next incarnation, the hall will be home to SLS Hotel’s thriving restaurant and events venue — a historic place of communion reimagined and reinvigorated for new generations of Seattleites.

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A Catalyst for Connection

Our Midtown home is the epicenter of Seattle’s legal, financial, creative and technology workforces. But for too long, the district has lacked a vital heart of community. We’re ready to fix that, to help energize the neighborhood and actively engage people within the building, along with those in neighboring buildings and well beyond.

MIDTOWN BY THE NUMBERS

37 000
people living and working in Midtown
3 100
businesses in the neighborhood
326
restaurants, shops and attractions
32
transit options within three blocks