1916 Boren

A 282,716-square-foot Life Science building in the Denny Triangle neighborhood.

Exterior rendering of 1916 Boren in Seattle, Washington.


Seattle, Washington

Product Type

Life Science


Scheduled Completion: Q4 2024


TCC and Washington Capital Management are working together to develop an 11-story, Class A life science building comprised of 282,716 square feet. The project sits at the corner of Stewart Street and Boren Avenue, a prominent intersection in the South Lake Union/Denny Triangle submarket with excellent access to Interstate 5, the retail core and the city’s densest multifamily neighborhoods. 1916 Boren’s robust design and on-site amenities will intentionally cater to the market’s steadily growing life science tenants seeking new laboratory space proximate to major research institutions. The building offers 14’ floor to floor heights, side mounted core, 30,000 square foot uninterrupted floor plate and glass up to 11’ in height creating a truly unique life science lab space.

Located at the nucleus of the life science industry in Seattle, 1916 Boren is surrounded by the greatest concentration of life science occupiers in the region including: University of Washington Research, Institute for Systems Biology, PATH, Seattle Children’s Research Institute, headquarters of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Allen Institute for Bioscience, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

The building will delivered to USGBC Gold Shell & Core standards.
Exterior photograph of Seattle skyline.

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