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June 22, 2015
Cambia Grove has opened on the second floor of 1800 Ninth Ave., in Seattle's Denny Triangle.
The 9,000-square-foot space was designed to be used by health care groups for workshops, community meetings and networking events. Entrepreneurs can pitch ideas to the Grove's anchor companies UW Medicine, Regence BlueShield and Qliance with the goal of solving the industry's most pressing problems.
Cambia Grove offers creative work spaces, flexible private offices and presentation areas. Spaces available for use include a two 18-person board rooms, a smaller six-person board room, and two two-person offices.
Design elements include curved hallways overlaid with Viridian reclaimed wood paneling, a work lounge with movable maple wood panels and energy-efficient linear pendant lighting.
The main conference room has state-of-the-art video conferencing and a large conference table built from local reclaimed wood from Meyer Wells. There's also an outdoor patio with lounge seating and terrace landscaping.
Owner: Cambia Health Solutions
General contractor: Swinerton Builders
Engineer: PAE Consulting Engineers
Property manager: Jones Lang LaSalle
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