Amazon is building their tallest tower, which will also be the tallest tower in Bellevue. Their city pre-application for the tower suggests room for nearly 4,200 employees, and will be the company’s first construction project in Bellevue.
Seattle Times | Benjamin Romano
[Update: Amazon papers depict potential second Bellevue tower, but company has ‘no timeline’]
Amazon plans to build a 43-story tower in Bellevue — its tallest building anywhere, as well as the city’s tallest — that would accommodate several thousand employees and signal a deeper commitment to grow in the Eastside city where it has amassed a significant portfolio of office leases.
The company on Tuesday began the formal permitting process for the proposed building, referred to as Bellevue 600. The site is the east half of the Bellevue Corporate Plaza property at 600 108th Ave. N.E. that it bought in April for $195 million.
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