Intel did not respond to comment, but we’re hearing that the new office marks a consolidation of other office space that the company had in the Seattle area, including about 13,000-square-feet of space in the University District.
In addition to Intel, Seattle online legal Q&A site Avvo announced that it is taking over 25,000 square feet in the building. Earlier, Globys inked a deal in the building as well — a space previously occupied by Amazon.com.
The 11-story building is now 76 percent occupied, said CBRE’s Jesse Ottele.
A number of other high-tech companies have picked Pioneer Square for new offices, including the ever-expanding footprint of EMC/Isilon along 1st Avenue South and Zynga in the old Washington Shoe Building.
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