Seattle, WA — August 12, 2021 — Convoy, the nation’s most efficient digital freight network, today announced that the company has signed agreements to sublease more than 123,000 square feet of office space on three floors of the Russell Investments Center in downtown Seattle. The location will serve as Convoy’s new corporate headquarters.
“The future of work will include both in-person and virtual working experiences and we’re excited to bring this hybrid vision to life in one of the best office environments in Seattle,” said Dan Lewis, CEO and Co-Founder of Convoy. “The Russell Investments Center is not only the perfect, fun and productive place to support our growing base of employees, it is the most sustainable high rise building in Seattle. We’re glad to have found an ideal home in the great Pacific Northwest, which has an abundance of top logistics and technology talent.”
The Russell Investments Center is the most efficient high rise building in Seattle with a near-perfect 99 ENERGY STAR score and LEED Platinum certification, reflecting Convoy’s commitment to sustainability. The 42-floor building features 874,000 square feet of Class A office space, sweeping views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a 23,000-square-foot fully landscaped terrace and deck on the 17th floor.
Convoy will sublease its existing Seattle office space at Century Square.
Convoy is the nation’s most efficient digital freight network. We move thousands of truckloads around the country each day through our optimized, connected network of carriers, saving money for shippers, increasing earnings for drivers, and eliminating carbon waste for our planet. We use technology and data to solve problems of waste and inefficiency in the $800B trucking industry, which generates over 87 million metric tons of wasted CO2 emissions from empty trucks. Fortune 500 shippers like Anheuser-Busch, P&G, Niagara, and Unilever trust Convoy to lower costs, increase logistics efficiency, and achieve environmental sustainability targets.