Leschi Lakecenter

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The only comprehensive commercial center nestled on the western shores of Lake Washington, Leschi Lakecenter includes a 115-slip marina, three office buildings, four restaurants, neighborhood services, a grocery and premier wine shop, and the always-necessary Starbucks.

120 Lakeside Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
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Offices

Offices overlooking the lake

Only minutes away from the vital downtown core, Leschi Lakecenter affords office tenants the luxury of a first class facility, relaxed neighborhood setting, plenty of parking, spectacular views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington, and a place to keep your boat. It is easy to reward yourself with Seattle’s best living adjacent to luxurious neighborhoods, art, culture and famous eateries. Right outside your door is the best living and recreation the Northwest has to offer. And, the eastside is only an easy bridge access away.

Space for Lease

The center contains over 75,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space, ranging from individual office suites to 15,000 square foot corporate headquarters. Office spaces enjoy lake, mountain, marina and park views. The center has shower facilities for the many tenants who take advantage of the picturesque setting for many outdoor exercise opportunities.

For leasing info, contact Jim Edris at jim@leavittcap.com or 206.838.2080. Also see the listing on OfficeSpace.com.

Leschi Yacht Basin Marina

Marina from the air

Located on the historic site of the marine entry point to and from eastern King County, the 115-slip Leschi Yacht Basin Marina is an integral part of Leschi Lakecenter. Public moorage is available, along with extensive picnic areas along the parks leading from Leschi Lakecenter to the Madrona swimming beach to the north.

For marina info, call 206.515.0630 or email marina@leavittcap.com

Shops and Restaurants

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History

Before the floating bridges were built across Lake Washington, Leschi Lakecenter was the premier landmark marine entry point to and from eastern King County. For a period beginning around 1900 Leschi hosted ferries from the east side and public recreational facilities for the passengers as well as the people who maintained summer homes, and later the permanent residents of the area.

Leschi Lakecenter is a Leavitt Capital Companies development.

Leavitt Capital