One of the newest commercial buildings in the neighborhood, 400 Fairview, has been filling up quickly with Seattle-area companies who are relocating from outlying areas to flock to the growing hub in South Lake Union. The latest to join is Delta Dental, who announced on Wednesday this week that they had leased the last available space in the building.
Delta Dental has leased 61,000 square feet in the 14-story, which will be designed by architecture firm NBBJ and built out by Foushee & Associates. The company will move in this summer, from their current headquarters location in Northgate.
According to Delta’s CEO Jim Dwyer, the company was drawn to South Lake Union as a leading innovation district in the U.S.
Delta Dental was founded in 1954 here in Seattle, and currently provides dental insurance coverage to more than 2.6 million people around the country. The company also works to expand access to dental care with the Washington Dental Service Foundation.