IRON BRIDGE OFFICE CAMPUS

Iron Bridge Office Campus is located on approximately 23 acres of riverfront property close to downtown Spokane. When completed, the campus will include six office buildings, totaling 345,000 square feet, a parking garage for 577 vehicles, and surface lot parking for approximately 1,000 vehicles. Four of the six buildings have been completed and two of which are fully leased. In 2012, Iron Bridge, LLC purchased an adjacent building on the Spokane River, which had been converted to residential condos that were unsold. This 37,000 square-foot building was converted to office suites and has been 100% leased to an existing tenant at Iron Bridge Office Campus as executive offices.

Iron Bridge, LLC anticipates construction of Iron Bridge IV and V, totaling approximately 166,500 square feet, in 2015. Iron Bridge Buildings IV and V will be centered adjacent to the historical iron bridge. With construction of the next phases of Iron Bridge Office Campus, new amenities will include a public café serving breakfast and lunch, patio riverside seating, and a courtyard fountain interpretive center. These new amenities will complement the existing riverside walk/bike trail and natural landscaping, making the campus an attractive, pedestrian-friendly outdoor setting.

The campus derives its name from the former railroad bridge that was originally built in 1911 by the Oregon and Washington Railroad and Navigation Company (OWR&N) for the purpose of serving the mining areas in the Coeur d'Alene district of Idaho and the northern Bitterroot Mountains of Montana. The OWR&N became part of the Union Pacific, which operated the line across the bridge until 1973 when the track was vacated to makeway for the Spokane World Fair of 1974. The campus site was a mix of light industrial and residential prior to redevelopment as a Class "A" office campus by Iron Bridge, LLC.

The former Union Pacific right-of-way to the west of the property is now a part of the Centennial Trail, as it passes through Gonzaga University and downtown Spokane. The Centennial Trail is a rails-to-trail connecting Spokane with Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 30 miles to the east.

The iron bridge was re-decked in 2012 to provide walking and biking access across the Spokane River to the Centennial Trail through Gonzaga University Campus, Washington State UniversitySpokane Campus, Eastern Washington University Spokane Campus, Spokane Convention Center, Riverfront Park and the downtown shopping and business district. All of these destinations are within one mile of the Iron Bridge Office Campus.

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