Anderson Construction Group Breaks Ground on New SODO Flex Space

Seattle, WA, June 27, 2009 --( Anderson Construction Group has broken ground on 27,000 square feet of new flexible industrial/retail commercial buildings along Airport Way & Holgate Street in the SODO district of Seattle.

Construction began in mid-June with the demolition of 15,000 square feet of dilapidated office/warehouse space. 120 auger cast piles are being drilled 40ft. deep on the site to support the pre-engineered steel structure buildings. As many as ten 1,500 square foot spaces will be for sale among 4 new buildings. Presales are ongoing and construction will finish in January of 2010.

The spaces are designed to be flexible for modification to suit prospective tenants’ many different business needs. Buildings contain mezzanine space, glazed storefront systems, and glazed roll-up doors to accommodate any business. Buyers can buy as little as 1500sf in a building or as much as a whole building.

“This project will breathe new life into the SODO district along Airport Way,” says Charlie Anderson, president of Anderson Construction Group. “New commercial flex space like this is continuing to be a high demand product in SODO.”

About Anderson Construction Group, Inc: Building custom homes and commercial projects around the Puget Sound region of Washington State, ACG's dynamic teams are ready for the challenge of today’s most complex projects. With a focus on professional project management and the uncommon understanding of today's technical building systems and applications, ACG builds beyond its competitors. The results of this finely tuned process are always the same- buildings that positively shine. This approach has led ACG to the forefront of construction and to the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Private Company List of 2008. For more information visit ACG at

Project Team: Anderson Construction Group, general contractor; Puget Properties, developer; Johnson Architecture & Planning, architects; KPFF Consulting Engineers; Varco Pruden Buildings, steel fabricator; CHG Building Systems, steel erector.

Anderson Construction Group, Inc.
D. Chad Quilici