ITS SHOWTIME! Dim the lights and get the popcorn ready — the Seattle International Film Festival is back! This festival is the largest and most widely attended in the country, with 250 features and 150 short films from over 80 countries presented. Starting on May 14th, this 25 day event has a wide range of genres, from travel documentaries to comedies to art performances of all kinds. To view all of the film categories and learn more about the film festival, visit www.siff.net. LEED Certification Here at Union Square, sustainability is a priority. The US Green Building Council’s LEED certification process has become the standard for measuring our efforts. We started our re-certification process last year with our tenant transportation survey and will be closing that survey out on March 13th. After completing this survey, you are entered to win an iPad Air or Mac Book Pro! If you have not yet completed this survey you can do so at transwestern.wufoo.com/forms/ union-square-transportation-survey. If you have completed it, thank you for you participation and good luck at the final drawing which will be the week of March 16th. WIN! ARCADE LIGHTS On April 24th, Pike Place Market will empty out, as it usually does at the end of a busy spring day. But after hours, it will fill up with a new set of vendors for Arcade Lights, a yearly event that is host to over 70 local food and drink purveyors. From cupcakes to pasta to wine, there is something for everyone to enjoy at this casual, oneof-a-kind event. Each ticket purchase is good for a reusable glass and ten tokens, which can be used at your discretion. All tickets sold will benefit the Pike Place Market Foundation. The Early Bird ticket price is $45 – after the first 250 are sold, the price increases to $60. For more event information, visit pikeplacemarketfoundation.org. ON THE FIELD APRIL 6* 7 8 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 vs. Angels vs. Angels vs. Angels vs. Rangers vs. Rangers vs. Rangers vs. Astros vs. Astros vs. Astros vs. Twins vs. Twins vs. Twins MAY 1:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 6:10 pm 1:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 6:10 pm 1:10 pm *Mariners Home Opener 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 28 29 30 31 vs. Athletics vs. Athletics vs. Athletics vs. Padres vs. Padres vs. Red Sox vs. Red Sox vs. Red Sox vs. Red Sox vs. Indians vs. Indians vs. Indians vs. Indians 7:10 pm 6:10 pm 1:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 6:10 pm 1:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 7:10 pm 1:10 pm CITYWIDE EVENTS CONVENTION CENTER CENTURYLINK FIELD March 8th Indoor Gardening Expo March 7-8 Kennel Club Dog Show March 27th Emerald City Comicon March 20-22 Northwest Women's Show May 20th EFM Events Seattle IT Symposium March 28-29 Taste Washington! ON THE STAGE The Paramount Theatre Mama Mia March 24th through 29th Phantom of the Opera April 30th through May 10th Seattle Children's Theatre Goodnight Moon March 5th through April 26th Robin Hood April 16th through May 17th ACT Theatre Cat on a Hot Tin Roof April 17th through May 17th 5th Avenue Theatre Jaques Brel, in conjunction with the ACT Theatre March 7th through May 17th Jasper in Deadland April 30th through May 24th Photo: Matthew Murphy Spring 2015 m a g a z i n e Seattle Illuminated 12 facts about our city's brightest lights D I R E C T O R Y Management Team Senior VP / General Manager Tim Holt [email protected] Assistant VP / Property Manager Aaron Blankers [email protected] Director of Construction Jim Smith [email protected] Property Controller Liz Whiteman [email protected] For leasing information Mark Barbieri [email protected] Tenant Services 623.4567 [email protected] Garage Office 447.5664 [email protected] For more information, visit unionsquareseattle.com Banks HomeStreet Bank Key Bank ATM - cash machines ATM - cash machine Located in Two Union Fireplace Lobby & on 6th Avenue Located in Two Union Main Lobby ONE AND TWO UNION SQUARE • There are multiple conference rooms in Union Square and they can be reserved online. • The 20' x 30' US flag flies at about 300 feet higher than the top of the Space Needle. • One Union has 36 tenant floors and Two Union has 56 tenant floors. • There are many amenities available to tenants, including secure bike parking, a shower facility and fitness center. • The very top of Two Union has lights that change color with every holiday and major city event. • There are 1,100 parking spots in the shared garage. • One Union Square was constructed first in 1981. Two Union Square was completed in 1989. • Two Union Square is the third tallest skyscraper in Seattle. • A concourse connects the two buildings. • The Arne Gillam Courtyard is named after one of the buildings' late and respected leasing agents. Restaurants Blue Water Taco Grill Starbucks Coffee Fresh Table Café Sullivan's Steakhouse Fresh Basil Tully's Coffee MOD Super Fast Pizza World Fresh Asian Eatery Organic To Go Retail Stores & Services AlphaGraphics Dr. Sabrina Habib Heppe, DDS Lucky Shines Dr. Charles R. Young, DDS Butch Blum Dr. Jana Raisler, DDS Zipcar Dr. Hasan Dbouk, DDS, MSD Floral Masters Dr. Timothy J. Butson DMD, MSD, PLLC Dimples Gifts & Sundries – OUS Dr. Barry W. Kaimakis, DDS, PS. Dimples Gifts & Sundries – TUS Apple Physical Therapy Marco at Two Union Square Dr. Peter Adachi, OD Union Square Cleaners Dr. Jaymor Kim, DDS PROUDLY M ANAGED BY THE GREAT WHEEL • It is the largest observation wheel on the West Coast, standing 175 feet tall. • There are 41 regular gondolas and one VIP glass floor gondola. • The Wheel was made in Europe and the United States, and assembled right at the end of the pier. • Take a latenight ride! The Wheel stays open until 12am on weekends. • The buildings were LEED® Certified in 2009 and are in the renewal process. • There are a variety of services available in the building, including a shoe shine, a florist and multiple restaurants and coffee shops. CENTURYLINK FIELD THE SPACE NEEDLE • It is open for public tours throughout the year. An adult ticket costs $12. • The installation on the stadium’s North Tower is the work of artist Bob Haozous. • There is capacity for 67,000 fixed seats, including 7,000 club seats, as well as an additional 5,000 seats for special events. • A special paint was developed for the field to easily switch between football and soccer field lines. • When the Space Needle was built in 1962, it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Photo: Madge Bloom • The last elevator arrived the day before the 1962 World’s Fair opened. • The first Space Needle Manager, Hoge Sullivan, had acrophobia, a fear of heights. • Two of the elevators travel 10 mph, which is equal to the speed in which a raindrop falls to earth. In fact, a snowflake falls at 3 mph, so when riding during a snowstorm, it appears to be snowing upwards.
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