Facts and Figures

  • Fifth & Columbia is one of the first high rise to be designed to meet the Gold LEED certified rating for "core and shell and interiors" in Seattle
  • The cost of foreign-sourced materials represents less than 5% of the cost of the construction of the Tower itself.
  • The "faceted" frame of the Tower will contain roughly 20% less steel than would a conventional perimeter frame - saving approximately 25,000 tons of steel.
  • Each triangle in the faceted is fifteen stories tall, or 165 feet.
  • Daylight sensors to control lighting and reduce energy use
  • Over one mile of glass office fronts
  • Over 90% of structural steel contains recycled material
  • 15 passenger elevators
  • Gen 4 enabled building
  • 2,000 low energy light fixtures
  • Over 10,000 ceiling tiles with recycled materials
  • High-speed fiber optic data transmission - 10x faster than most buildings

Gross Measured Area: 760,000 ft / 70,500 m
Net Rentable Area: 700,000 ft / 60,000 m
Chargeable Floor Area:
Typical Gross Floor Area: 18,500 ft (1,700 m)
Typical Floor to Floor Height: 13'-6" (4 m)
Building Height: 660 ft (200 m)
Number of Stories: 43

Ownership: Fifth & Columbia Investors, LLC
Development Manager: Daniels Real Estate, LLC
Architect: ZGF
Structure: Arup
Shoring Design: CPL
MEP: Sysken Hennesy Group
Vertical Transportation: Edgett Williams Consulting Group, Inc
Lighting: Pivotal
Civil: CPL
Preservation Architect: Ron Wright AIA