HomeStreet Bank Corporate Office

This project is a multi-phase, multi-floor, multi-year tenant improvement at HomeStreet Bank’s corporate offices at Two Union Square in downtown Seattle.

HomeStreet Bank had outgrown their corporate offices on multiple floors and both needed more room and an overdue update. Since Rafn had previously completed over 100 projects for HomeStreet since 2001, we were a natural choice for their corporate office project.

Seattle, WA
HomeStreet Bank
Rafn Company

Rafn was selected for our teams' trusting and efficient relationships, our portfolio of office tenant improvement projects, and our history of working in “tough to access” spaces in downtown Seattle.

A key component of putting together a plan for a multi-phased project is to create a detailed schedule outlining the project goals.

Our work on HomeStreet Bank’s corporate offices began on the 17th and 21st floors in the summer of 2015 and went on to included five other floors as well as a few small projects around the building. Defining which department moves into which areas at what time is critical to a complex phased restack.

Legacy of Success

Meeting the schedule milestones of moving whole departments is critical to keeping the project running smoothly and keeping both client and tenants happy during construction.

The end result is an client who has a great new space, their employees who experienced the least disruption possible, and a building owner that welcomes you to work in their building again.

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