Rauxa Advertising Agency Doubles Its Seattle Presence
Woman-owned advertising agency Rauxa will double its presence in Seattle this spring by moving into the entire 37th floor at 1000 Second Ave., a 11,310 SF space.
“Seattle has been a growth epicenter for Rauxa since we opened our doors there three years ago,” Rauxa President and CEO Gina Alshuler said in a statement. “We are beyond excited about our new home, which will allow us to continue expanding our full-service office in Seattle, making us even more of a destination for great brands and the best talent in the industry.”
The 448,100 SF building, at Second Avenue and Spring Street, is owned by Martin Selig Real Estate.
“Rauxa is in significant growth mode on the West Coast, with Seattle as one of its major hubs and the primary location for serving Northwest-based clients including Alaska Airlines and Microsoft, as well as Outback Steakhouse and other global brands,” Colliers International’s Connor McClain said in a statement. “The space acquired at 1000 2nd Avenue will reflect the company’s ‘Bold. Results.’ brand, and serve as both a recruitment tool and a visual symbol of the innovative thinking it offers clients.”
Rauxa, based in Orange County, will be moving from a 4,560 SF office at Colonial Grand Pacific. That space has been subleased through McClain.
McClain represented Rauxa. Chris Moe from Kidder Matthews acted on behalf of the sublandlord.