The striking, newly designed SKB Architects 4-story, 51,639 SF mixed-use office building partially wraps around the iconic 9,724 SF fully renovated Bleitz Building.

  • Walking distance to PCC Natural & Organic Grocery Store and the many retail amenities of Fremont
  • Immediate access to Burke Gilman Trail and Protected Westlake Bike & Pedestrian Trail
  • 34 underground secure parking stalls and 13 exterior parking spaces
  • One block to mass transit
  • Bike storage with showers/locker rooms
  • Campus environment

There are no limits to Fremont Crossing’s accessibility, with scenic bike paths for commuters, and public transit just steps away.

  • Dedicated bike lanes on both sides of the Fremont Cut waterway, providing an enjoyable morning and evening ride
  • 1 minute walk from the nearest
    bus stop
  • 2 minute drive to the Aurora Bridge and Highway 99
  • 7 minute walk to public boat moorage
  • 10 minute, flat bike ride to South Lake Union

The area adjacent to the Fremont Bridge is experiencing tremendous growth.

Catalyzing development around the south end of the bridge (North Queen Anne Hill), will help to focus the growth that will inevitably occur.

Kyle Gaffney, co-founder of SKB Architects / co-designer of Fremont Crossing

Already a haven for tech, but still on the rise.

Fremont has benefited from the Seattle-region tech tenant explosion, with Google taking notice and square footage as far back as 2006. Adobe, Tableau and are all names on the long list of high profile tech tenants synonymous with this well-established but still growing neighborhood.

The Fremont Rocket, a symbol of the community, speaks to the creativity and ingenuity that helped to dub Fremont the “Center of the Universe”, an idea that both tenants and their talent draw inspiration from.

Tech is not alone in Fremont, however. Life sciences, an industry with a very strong future, is moving in as well, with Lumen Biosciences making their headquarters here.

New Building

4th Floor Penthouse±2,331 RSF
3rd Floor±18,345 RSF
2nd Floor±18,865 RSF
1st Floor±12,098 RSF
TOTAL±51,639 RSF

Historic Building

2nd Floor±3,310 RSF
1st Floor±3,197 RSF
Ground Level±3,217 RSF

Embracing the Post COVID-19 Era

While Fremont Crossing’s two buildings are in close proximity to each other for easy collaboration and community, the hub itself features an open area atmosphere and walkways, perfectly situated to embrace the future office environment:

  • Features a mid-rise configuration with two internal stairs (Allows for ground to roof walk-up access and could be programed as one-way system up/down)
  • Small, highly flexible floorplates allow demising options that promote social distancing.
  • Multiple, small amenity spaces and outdoor areas allows flow without promoting large gatherings
  • Flexible amenity programming- moveable seating, etc
  • Fresh air/operable windows in the Bleitz Building
  • HVAC protocols including fresh air flushing daily before work hours
  • Private individual bathrooms


A Wealth of On-Site Amenities

Tenant talent commuting into Fremont Crossing will have a vibrant surrounding neighborhood nearby for their needs but also won’t need to leave the campus if they prefer to take a break or socialize on-site.

  • To the east of the Bleitz Building lies an open seating area, adorned with seasonal landscaping
  • Two courtyard areas provide ample amenity space between the two buildings and behind the Bleitz Building
  • On the roof of the new building, a rooftop terrace with dazzling views of the Fremont Bridge and Lake Union
  • Abundant parking, 47 spaces in all, and bike storage are the perfect complement for commuters
  • Showers and locker rooms provide a space to start the day after exploring the Burke Gilman Trail or the Protected Westlake Bike & Pedestrian Trail

Flexible Density for Social Distancing

Transformable Fluid Space / / Sample Hypothetical Plan

  • Features a Wellness Center at its core, an open and inviting Courtyard area, upon first entering
  • 87 to 160 Workstations for maximum employee consideration
  • 10 Offices
  • 5 Conference Rooms
  • 3 Phone Rooms
  • 2 Open Collaboration Areas

Amenities // Transportation

  1. Norm’s Eatery
  2. Ballroom
  3. FedEx Office
  4. Nuna Ramen
  5. Red Star Taco Bar
    High Dive
  6. Triangle Spirits
  7. The Barrel Thief
  8. El Camino
  9. Portage Bay Goods
  10. Jai Thai Restaurant
  11. Agrodolce
  12. Red Door
  13. PCC Community Markets
  14. Zoom Care
  15. Starbucks
    MOD Pizza
  16. Schilling Cider House
  17. The Masonry Fremont
  18. Evergreens Salad
    Milstead & Co
  19. Verve Bowls
  20. Fremont Brewing
  21. Key Bank
  22. Curbside
  23. Sam’s Mediterannean
    Byen Bakery
    Thai Fusion Restaurant
  24. The Wick
  25. Zeek’s Pizza
  26. 206 Burger
  27. Almquist Winery
  28. Nickerson St Saloon
    Conduit Kickstand

A Mindful and Natural Flow, Within the Hub and to the Greater Neighborhood

Neighborhood Tenants

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Cavan O’Keefe

Jesse Ottele

Tim O’Keefe

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