How MSRE Customizes Seattle Commercial Real Estate Listings for the Biotech Industry

How MSRE Customizes Seattle Commercial Real Estate Listings for the Biotech Industry

Seattle has become a hub for the Biotech industry, and Martin Selig Real Estate is supporting the city’s biotech boom and leading the Seattle commercial real estate market by customizing office spaces to help these businesses thrive. 

In early June, MSRE welcomed a talented lineup of panelists to our property at 635 Elliott West for a BISNOW event highlighting the defining trends and construction advancements shaping the local life sciences market. 

At MSRE, we believe that customizing commercial listings to suit the unique needs of our life science tenants is the key to further developing Seattle as a market cluster.

Though many of our commercial listings are already outfitted with the 14-16 foot ceiling heights and advanced HVAC systems that businesses in the life sciences need to support their critical mechanical equipment, it is MSRE’s commitment to accommodating every request that has drawn in a rich portfolio of life science tenants. 

Our in-house construction team has worked with companies like TwinStrand, Aptevo Therapeutics, and RareCyte, Inc. to build out office spaces that suited their unique needs and offered them room to expand. 

Here is a look into some of the standout properties in the MSRE portfolio that meet the requirements for biotech and other tenants in the life sciences, each customizable to suit your needs :

635 Elliott West and 645 Elliott West: The hosting property of our June’s BISNOW event, 635 Elliott West is an ultra-modern Seattle commercial space that features efficient floor plates, conference room space with seating for up to 80, and innovative LEED Gold construction. Expansive windows offer views of Elliott Bay, with open floor plans connected by intercommunicating stairwells. 

645 Elliott West offers many of the same features, along with easy access to Elliott Park’s outdoor art park and public art installations that offer sculptural elegance.  

333 Elliott West: Another defining building in Elliott Park, 333 Elliott West is a standout Seattle commercial property with unobstructed views of Elliott Bay and convenient drive-thru access for easy pick-up and drop-off. You can walk to the adjacent waterfront parks, restaurants, and shops of Belltown from this property, while taking advantage of in-house showers, available outside decks, and customizable floor plates. 

Third and Broad: MSRE’s commercial space at Third and Broad offers the ideal location to innovate. This property is just steps away from the Space Needle, with the Seattle Center across the street and the Olympic Sculpture Park a short walk away. The light rail and other public transit options offer easy access to this property, with bold architecture that matches our tenants’ bold inventions. 

200 West Thomas: The commercial space at 200 West Thomas is strategically located to foster connection. Connect to other areas of the city via easy light rail and public transit access, then connect to nearby waterfront parks via a skybridge. The Seattle Center is close by, as are the many businesses, sidewalk cafés, and trendy dining spots of Lower Queen Anne. 

If you are a business in the life science industry looking for a Seattle commercial real estate listing that is customized for your needs, contact our leasing team to take advantage of our decades of experience working with businesses in the life sciences industry.

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