Spring District

  • Bellevue TOD Launches with Luxury Community

    Security Properties opened the 309-unit Sparc Apartments in the Spring District of the Washington city, just minutes away from major companies such as Google, Microsoft, Expedia and T-Mobile.

    Seattle 24 May 2017 17:45
  • GIX Move to Spring District Cements Puget Sound as Tech Hotspot

    The Microsoft-backed Global Innovation Exchange is officially moving to Bellevue, in the under-development Spring District. What a difference a few months makes. Back in April, Bellevue’s position as one of the tech reference points in the Puget Sound area was waning in the wake of Expedia’s announcement that it will move to a Seattle office campus. Now Bellevue has been announced as the future home of the GIX, a venture between the University of Washington and China-based Tsinghua University.

    Seattle 21 June 2015 15:09

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