One of Seattle’s best-located new office buildings developed by Capstone Partners, Dexter Station overlooks Lake Union from the lower slope of Queen Anne Hill, commanding a true 270-degree view that captures the city at its finest. Wide, landscaped outdoor terraces and continuous windows on all sides give tenants a constant connection to the city, while expansive, open floor plans make every seat the best in the house. Considered a “Ferrari” for technology firms, the building infrastructure features stronger floors, higher ceilings, more mechanical flexibility, and more power and backup power than typical Class A office properties. A 30-foot high, skylit Great Room—with a conference facility, integrated retail, and publicly accessible lounge—creates sought-after social space at the street level.

Facebook has announced plans to lease 275,000 sf or more in the building beginning in early 2016, establishing the company’s largest engineering office outside of its Menlo Park, CA headquarters.

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In 2014, LMN had a total of 30 riders and rode 3,465 miles in the Cascadia Bicycle Club’s annual Bike Month Challenge. This year, participation rose by 40% to a total of 42 riders and 4,767 miles, landing in 188th place out of 1,048 competing organizations across all industries. Our two longest-distance riders each had a one-way commute of 13 miles. The team burned a total of 233,560 Calories, or an average of 18.5 cheeseburgers per rider, and avoided releasing 4,195 pounds of CO2, the equivalent of an 80-mile airplane ride, or planting 5 trees.

Great job to all!