The Fremont neighborhood is proudly self-described as “the center of the universe”. This storied Seattle neighborhood features a giant troll, an honest-to-goodness space rocket, a drawbridge, a Solstice Parade and an iconic, ironic Lenin statue, all coexisting with thriving businesses of nearly every stripe that together make Fremont one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city.
Commercial rental spaces in Fremont run the gamut: from large commercial spaces housing companies such as Google, Adobe, Tableau, Brooks Sports and Evo, to smaller office spaces rented by small businesses and startups, to retail and dining rental spaces that include restaurants, breweries, pinball halls, record stores, and comic book shops. Peppered throughout are the art installations that really tie the neighborhood together, from the car-devouring troll under the Fremont Bridge to the “ironoclastic” Lenin Statue rescued from the cold war, which casts its watchful eye over Fremont’s thriving commercial core.
Seattle Space’s buildings in the Fremont neighborhood include the Fremont Space and Saturn Building, are best matched to the small to medium sized businesses in this vibrant mix. A Fremont office space location is a fantastic option for a small or medium-sized business looking to thrive in Seattle.
This area of Fremont boast a Walkability score of 97 and a Transit Score of 91, making it a central location for access and foot traffic.