F5 Inks Major Lease at Upcoming Seattle Tower Veronica Grecu/Community Property Executive The deal also comes with a new name for Daniels Real Estate’s 48-story, 700,577 square foot high-rise, which has been known as the Mark.
How F5 Networks emerged from behind the scenes to claim an iconic new Seattle skyscraper Nat Levy/GeekWire This week, F5 Networks signed the biggest office lease of the year in Seattle, in a striking new skyscraper under construction in the heart of downtown.
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F5 is taking Daniels’ tower at 801 Fifth for its headquarters Brian Miller/Daily Journal of Commerce Kevin Daniels’ 48-story tower under construction at 801 Fifth Ave has a big new tenant – and a new name.
High tech goes high-rise: F5 Tower deal was about talent and transportation Marc Stiles/Puget Sound Business Journal The center of activity in Seattle is shifting from South Lake Union toward Pioneer Square, commercial real estate executive Craig Kinzer has said for years.
F5 Networks will move HQ to glitzy new Seattle skyscraper, to be called ‘F5 Tower’ Nat Levy/GeekWire F5 Networks has leased all of the office space in an eye-catching skyscraper under construction in downtown Seattle, previously known as The Mark, the company confirmed today.
F5 Networks takes new Seattle high-rise in biggest lease of 2017 Puget Sound Business Journal / Marc Stiles F5 Networks will move its headquarters from Seattle’s waterfront to a new downtown skyscraper where it has agreed to lease all of the office space in the 44-story tower. PRINTABLE ARTICLE
F5 Networks leases Daniels’ new tower Daily Journal of Commerce F5 Networks announced today that it will move its headquarters in early 2019 to the new office tower being built by Daniels Real Estate and Stockbridge Capital Group at 801 Fifth Ave.
Tech company F5 will lease all of downtown’s newest office tower Rachel Lerman & Mike Rosenberg/Seattle Times Seattle technology company F5 Networks is making a big move from its waterfront complex to a new tower downtown.
F5 Networks tech chief Ryan Kearny explains the company behind the big news Ashley Stewart/Puget Sound Business Journal F5 Networks is planning to leave its Seattle headquarters in Interbay and move into a shiny new skyscraper downtown.