Our 92-acre South Hill Business & Technology Center provides
data center and office facilities
In 2005, Benaroya sold its 3 tower Metropolitan Park complex along with the Park Place building in downtown Seattle for $345 million
Benaroya Hall in downtown Seattle is the home of the Seattle Symphony
The Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason is at the forefront of finding causes and cures for autoimmune diseases
The Benaroya name has been synonymous with award-winning real estate in the Puget Sound area for more than half a century.
Established in 1956 by Jack Benaroya, The Benaroya Company grew to become the largest warehouse and office developer in the Pacific Northwest. In 1984, Larry Benaroya took over management of the Company. Since then, the Company has acquired and/or developed more than 11 million square feet of real estate projects including data centers; medical, retail, industrial, technology and office facilities for a wide range of global and regional companies including industry leaders such as Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, General Services Administration, Group Health, Lockheed Martin, Marvell Technology Group, Nintendo, Nordstrom, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Solar World, Starbucks, Verizon, Virginia Mason, Walton Street Investments, and many more.
For more than two decades The Benaroya Company has also been among the region's leading private venture capital firms. Several Benaroya portfolio companies have gone public and many more have had successful private exits. Current technology investments include Zipline Games, DNA Response, Calico Energy Sources, Avail-TVN, Audiosocket, Zoomingo, Avalara and Cozi. Prior investments include: Swype, Tegic, Coinstar, Zones, CommQuest, Peapod, Sparkbuy, Open Interface, Capital Stream and Starbucks.
The Benaroya Company embraces corporate social responsibility through philanthropy and dedication to the economic vibrancy and social conscience of the Pacific Northwest. The Benaroyas' lead gift enabled construction to begin for the Seattle Symphony Hall. The world-class venue, Benaroya Hall, opened its doors in 1998. In 1999, Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle completed construction of its state-of-the-art Benaroya Research Institute, a facility dedicated to solving the mysteries of diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. The Benaroya Company and its Foundation also support numerous other civic, medical, and charitable organizations.
Under the leadership of Larry Benaroya, The Benaroya Company employs a staff of 25, including professionals experienced in the acquisition, development, management, and leasing of quality commercial real estate. Our ability to move quickly, to anticipate the changing needs of our tenants, and to provide excellent quality and value has made The Benaroya Company a leader throughout the Pacific Northwest.