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Microsoft Seattle Locations - Background Information

Microsoft Corp. will lease new office space in Seattle to provide room for more than 1,400 employees as well as temporary work space for more than 150 Microsoft employees who have meetings or activities in the city. In addition to Microsoft’s new leased spaces, the company currently occupies space in these locations:

The historic Smith Tower building located in Pioneer Square

Three Pioneer Square locations from the recently purchased aQuantive Inc.

Microsoft’s growing presence in Seattle is in addition to the company’s February 2006 plans for accelerated development of its Redmond, Wash., campus, and builds on recently announced expansions in Bellevue, Wash.; Boston; and Richmond, British Columbia.

You can use the interactive map below to learn more about Microsoft's Seattle office locations.

Westlake and Terry Building

Microsoft will occupy the top four floors of the six-story building located in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood at 320 Westlake Ave. N.

400 employees, including many from the Online Services Business, in approximately 126,000 square feet.

150 “touch down” work spaces for temporary use by other Microsoft employees

New Seattle Streetcar to run along three sides of the building on Thomas Street, Westlake and Terry Avenues

Employees expected to occupy the space in March 2008


111 South Jackson

Microsoft will occupy three floors in this Pioneer Square office building.

120 employees in approximately 36,000 square feet.

The offices are located within walking distance of Qwest Field Event Center and Safeco Field.

Employees expected to occupy the space in April 2008.


505 Union Station

Microsoft will occupy space located near Uwajimaya in the International District.

20 employees from the Microsoft Robotics Group will occupy approximately 4,000 square feet of space.

Employees expected to occupy the space in September 2007.

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