Sanctuary Buildings

Built in 2001 by Quadrant Commercial Division for Weyerhaeuser’s occupancy, the four Sanctuary Buildings were occupied entirely by Weyerhaeuser until recently providing the opportunity for new tenants to occupy these modern suburban office buildings.

The Sanctuary Buildings are located in a natural park like campus atmosphere in Federal Way’s East Campus market. East Campus has become the most desirable area for office users searching for office space in the Federal Way market. The property is ideally located approximately 25 minutes drive south of Seattle and Bellevue ,15 minutes north of Tacoma, and 10 minutes south of SeaTac International Airport.

More Information

Brochure: Sanctuary Brochure

Website: www.mjrfederalway.com

Challenges/Results

The Sanctuary Buildings are located in the East Campus area of Federal Way. East Campus is a master planned community that offers tenants a corporate campus office environment and includes many Fortune 500 companies. East Campus buildings offer quality landscaping, abundant parking, similar architecture and a sound infrastructure.

East Campus is known as the newer area of Federal Way. The Sanctuary Building’s steel, concrete and brick construction is viewed as one of the most desirable construction methods and architecture design in the area. For tenant’s relocating and moving to Federal Way market, they will be drawn to the Sanctuary Buildings and East Campus’ quality office product.

Architect
Lance Mueller and Associates

Square Feet
260,000 square feet

Construction Details
Reinforced Concrete; steel framing with the second floor being concrete on metal deck over steel joist.

Location
Federal Way, Washington