2005 Poplar is a brand new 4 story, approximately 68,876 sq. ft mixed-use office building anchored at the gateway to Issaquah with I-90 visibility. This iconic NW-style property is located in the Hyla Crossing neighborhood just off I-90 exit 15 and is extremely convenient to access. One of the unique features of the building will be a 4-story, glass “irresistible” enclosed staircase creating a lantern effect at night that will be seen from I-90. With a high-end gym next door and access to in-building showers, bike racks and EV charging stations, this building will promote a healthy and balanced, productive day that we all seek. Another important aspect of this building is its HVAC DOAS (Dedicated Outdoor Air System) which continuously brings 100% fresh air from the outdoors.
Additional amenities include easy access on/off I-90, walking distance to Issaquah transit center, access to trails and proximity to Lake Sammamish State Park. It is an ideal location for clients, customers, and employees alike with a diversity of restaurants and pubs nearby, various fitness options, several banks, shops, and hotels.
Why 2005 Poplar?
Windows, natural daylighting and views are a subtle depiction of a company’s emphasis on wellbeing and its ties to a community. All of these are powerful signals about an organization’s values and priorities. These are the beacons that attract talent and the messages that influence people’s engagement and ability to innovate over time. 2005 Poplar was designed with this in mind to deliver a paramount experience in the workplace and one that creates collaboration, energy and focus.
Just off I-90, access is beyond easy to get to and from work - just 20 minutes away from the cities of Seattle and Bellevue.
Top reasons to locate in Issaquah:
Quality of Life - combined with convenient transportation, quality schools and friendly people create a backdrop for a great life. Outdoor recreation and natural beauty are abundant and why so many choose to live and/or work here. With skiing only 40 minutes away, and swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, paragliding, biking right here, there’s never time for a dull moment or excuse not to play. #Issaquah loyal
Transportation Convenience - Location! Location! Location! Only 20 minutes to downtown Seattle, Issaquah benefits from north-south regional access (SR900) and east-west regional access (I-90). The Sound Transit Park & Ride is easily accessible and bike/walk access is easy with the network of Issaquah trails as well as regional commuter trails such as the Lake Sammamish trail that connects to Redmond and the Mountains to Sound Greenway trail.
Connected Community – Issaquah is full of charm, friendly people and a place where business and residents come together to make a really special place. People feel safe here. Issaquah’s mission is to “foster a safe, vibrant, livable and inclusive community” and it is evident in from the many awards and recognition the City has received such as 425 Magazine’s best place to live, best ‘burb’ by Sunset Magazine and Forbes.com ranking Issaquah as 2nd fastest growing suburb in State, 89th in the Nation. Issaquah has held onto its distinctive character while growing exponentially and retaining a great sense of place.
Schools – Issaquah School District is consistently rated one of the best in the State.