Trulia Center (formerly 110 Atrium) had been an under-performing class “B” property for the last 20 years. As the Bellevue Central Business District grew, and technology companies moved back to the central core, the owner of the building saw this property as a great opportunity to reposition it in the market. To successfully reposition Trulia Center, we upgraded all of the building’s lobby and common area finishes, installed custom light fixtures, and new, contemporary furniture. The building’s atrium received the largest overhaul with the removal and simplification of dated walkways, the installation of several semi-private “pods” for tenant collaboration, and the addition of a central staircase.
The building moved from 50% vacant, with below-market rental rates, to nearly full with top-end rental rates. Trulia Center was almost completely leased before the renovation was complete.
Nominated for NAIOP Night of the Stars “Building Renovation of the Year”
We’ve worked with Burgess Design for more than a decade, and they are skilled at finding creative and beautiful solutions to meet our evolving design needs. [Their] expertise and ability to interpret our vision give us confidence in a successful and pleasing outcome, making any remodel experience an exciting endeavor.
I have worked with Jim Burgess and his organization for over 25 years in Seattle. Their collaborative team effort on all projects is great. They put the client’s needs first, and play a critical role in developing a business/office environment that suits the client.
I have worked with Burgess (Design) in varying capacities for over 20 years. In addition to great people, I’ve appreciated the design expertise they show for many of the projects we undertake as well as basic tenant improvement projects. They have also been an excellent building architect managing CAD drawings as well as BOMA. They provide an excellent service.