It has been verified by partners of the Lincoln Square commercial real estate project that tenants will start moving into the building by the end of June. The building looks practically complete as far as its exterior aesthetics go. Eddie Bauer will occupy floors 4-13, and Microsoft’s US Sales team will pick up the rest from floors 14-28. Between the two companies they will occupy 540,000 of square feet of what the owners are calling, “class A office space” in Lincoln Square.

These tenants moving into such a large office space will change the downtown Bellevue area forever. You thought it was bad getting out of Bellevue Square during the holidays? Well how about that situation everyday? One of the biggest changes you will see, is the amount of foot traffic in the downtown area. The surrounding restaurants are going to be golden during lunch hours. It will sure be interesting to watch it all unfold.


  1. I just found this blog and it provides a lot of information on Bellevue downtown. Nice blog!

  2. A second Lincoln Square building is going to built at safeway.

  3. The Lincoln Square Office building really looks nice. Daring, but not too odd or ambitious. I’m a bit relieved because the hotel/condo tower they built is rather ugly. In fact, I’d say the Paccar building it the only ‘worse’ looking modern building in the CBD. I hope that they learned something and use the second design team for the rest of the Kemper projects.