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If you’re looking for space to run your nonprofit or host in-person clients for your counselling practice, our ready-to-go offices are a perfect fit. We look forward to welcoming you into our building, below are some highlights and details on the available spaces.

Building features:

1900 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle WA

  • Owned and partially occupied by Wellspring Family Services.
  • Easily accessible from major freeways, situated south of I-90 at the border of the Atlantic/North Beacon Hill neighborhoods.
  • 88 walk score, 69 transit score, 84 biking score (
  • Modern, open and light-filled property built in 2009, certified LEED Silver by the Green Building Council.
  • Security cameras throughout the building and property for peace of mind.

Shared building amenities available to tenants:

  • High-speed internet
  • Conference rooms within the building for meetings with up to 15 people are available to reserve on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Visitor parking in building lot
  • Tenant parking in building or adjacent lot (subject to availability), street parking is also available in the area
  • Lounge/breakroom with full kitchen, coffee machine, view of Mount Rainier, and wellness area with showers

Counseling suite specific features:

  • Suite geared towards in-person client services 
  • Waiting room for this suite only 
  • Client exit door separate from the waiting room 
  • Group room (only accessible to Counseling Suite tenants) for up to 20 people can be reserved on a first come, first-served basis  

Spaces available for lease:

Fully furnished individual offices approximately 150sqft, located within a secured suite. 

3 available in general suite

5 available in Counseling suite suitable for seeing in-person clients.

Whole suites are also available for larger tenants, one at approximately 2,500sqft, and the other at approximately 5,500sqft. 


Tours are available! Please fill out the contact form below, and we will contact you to set a time or answer any questions. 

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