Flexible work spaces diversify industrial Interbay
Located in Seattle's light-industrial Interbay neighborhood, Interbay R&D expands on the Bow Building by employing a prefabricated metal structure that can be custom detailed to create usable commercial spaces. The two-story structure provides suites with a variety of flexible tenant options that take advantage of natural daylight and maximize the connection between indoor spaces and an exterior courtyard.
The expansion is built on what was an under-utilized site. This new building maximizes the site's commercial potential, bringing diversity of business to the historically industrial neighborhood. Customization of spaces means the long-life building can be modified as tenant needs change, and onsite bike parking provide options for commuters and the commuting environment of the neighborhood changes.
Light Industrial Core & Shell
Evergreen Sustainable Development Standards
Full Design Services
Zenovic and Associates
Karen Kiest Landscape Architects
Sider & Byers