About the Russell Investments Center

The Russell Investments Center is a 42 story, Class A high rise building with a six level underground parking garage. The building is situated on the majority of a city block in the heart of Seattle’s central business district. Completed in 2006, the three unit condominium building is owned by CommonWealth Partners.

Originally constructed as the owner-occupied corporate headquarters for Washington Mutual Bank, the building became the property of JPMorgan Chase after their acquisition of Washington Mutual. JPMorgan Chase sold the building to Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company in September 2009 who then sold the building to CommonWealth Partners in April of 2012. As of July 2019, Russell Investments Center has a total of 23 tenants and is 99.5% leased.

The building has sweeping, unparalleled views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle. The 17th floor has a 20,000 square foot fully landscaped terrace / deck available for tenant use during the day and for tenant company events after hours. The conference center on the 17th floor includes four conference rooms equipped with Wi-Fi internet access and audio-visual equipment. The 4th floor houses a state-of-the-art full-service Fitness Center available for tenant employee use at no additional cost.

Russell Investments Center’s proximity to bus lines and light rail stations, the three bike cages and Fitness Center shower facilities promote strong alternative commuting opportunities. Russell Investments Center also boasts a near-perfect 99 ENERGY STAR score, making it the most efficient high rise in Seattle and the city‘s first to attain LEED-EB Platinum status.