400 Fairview

400 Fairview

SHIFTING THE PARADIGM IN OFFICE BUILDINGS

400 Fairview was developed by Skanska USA and opened in 2016.  It is a 330,000 square foot, 14-story LEED Gold mixed-use property with office and retail and is home to Tommy Bahama’s international headquarters (among others).

Blanton Turner was asked by Lisa Picard, Skanska’s Executive Vice President of Development, to bring an exceptional experience to Skanska’s first office tower offering in Seattle.  Lisa was familiar with what Blanton Turner had done with new residential buildings, and she wanted that same experience applied to 400 Fairview.

We introduced an interactivity never-before experienced in an office/retail mixed-use property.  The Market Hall on the ground floor became the nucleus of the neighborhood and became the brand differentiator for 400 Fairview. Employers based at 400 Fairview were able to use the experience the property conveyed to attract and retain talented employees, and the result was very successful.

400 Fairview became more than its component parts, and the story we created set new expectations in Seattle for what urban office buildings will be in the future.  Skanska eventually sold the property to Pembroke at a record-high price for office buildings in Seattle at the time (just over $338 million; $969/sq. ft.).

Our approach to managing 400 Fairview was a paradigm shift from the way office buildings had been traditionally been managed up to that time.  We provided an exceptional experience in a work environment, and took approaches previously applied only to multifamily/retail mixed-use models and utilized them in an office/retail mixed-use application.  We enhanced the user experience, and the value the property offered to its stakeholders.

400 Fairview

SHIFTING THE PARADIGM IN OFFICE BUILDINGS

400 Fairview was developed by Skanska USA and opened in 2016.  It is a 330,000 square foot, 14-story LEED Gold mixed-use property with office and retail and is home to Tommy Bahama’s international headquarters (among others).

Blanton Turner was asked by Lisa Picard, Skanska’s Executive Vice President of Development, to bring an exceptional experience to Skanska’s first office tower offering in Seattle.  Lisa was familiar with what Blanton Turner had done with new residential buildings, and she wanted that same experience applied to 400 Fairview.

We introduced an interactivity never-before experienced in an office/retail mixed-use property.  The Market Hall on the ground floor became the nucleus of the neighborhood and became the brand differentiator for 400 Fairview. Employers based at 400 Fairview were able to use the experience the property conveyed to attract and retain talented employees, and the result was very successful.

400 Fairview became more than its component parts, and the story we created set new expectations in Seattle for what urban office buildings will be in the future.  Skanska eventually sold the property to Pembroke at a record-high price for office buildings in Seattle at the time (just over $338 million; $969/sq. ft.).

Our approach to managing 400 Fairview was a paradigm shift from the way office buildings had been traditionally been managed up to that time.  We provided an exceptional experience in a work environment, and took approaches previously applied only to multifamily/retail mixed-use models and utilized them in an office/retail mixed-use application.  We enhanced the user experience, and the value the property offered to its stakeholders.

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