Through responsible real estate development and our unwavering belief in a greater tomorrow, we’re deeply invested in transformational projects that improve the environment, our economy, and our society.
Stories demonstrate the positive influence of our work
Creating Transformative Spaces with Public Art in Bellevue
Our team thinks deeply about how to create spaces that people want to spend time in. Having a sense of place and character is key, and that’s why all our projects incorporate thought-provoking and captivating public art.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
At Vulcan Real Estate, we build places that are socially responsible, economically sound, and environmentally progressive. Guided by these values, we recognize that we have an opportunity to be an instrument of change through the individuals and companies we hire.
Lake Union Piers: Modernizing a Waterfront Destination
Working collaboratively with the community and our neighbors, we sought to create a vibrant waterfront destination featuring improved retail storefronts, expanded outdoor dining/entertainment opportunities, improved waterfront access, and additional maritime recreation in the heart of Seattle.
Reflections on Earth Day: Our Approach to Sustainability
Vulcan Real Estate is an established leader in conservation and sustainability. Our work is driven by our mission to create an ever-growing portfolio that ensures lasting value for all concerned, including the environmental impact on our communities.
Iván Carmona Brings Vibrant Modernism to West Main
Dedicated to honoring his heritage and sharing his culture, this is Iván’s first large-scale public art project. De Sol a Sol, translated as “from sunrise to sunset,” is crafted to shine light on the dedication of the Jíbaro, the modern-day workers of Puerto Rico who tirelessly farm the land from dusk to dawn.
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Aquatic Sculpture Arrives at 555 Tower in Downtown Bellevue
Sticken, "Pomollusca Arboculus Rex," by Skagit County-based artists Rik Allen and Shelley Muzylowski Allen, is now installed for public viewing at 555 Tower. Rik and Shelley utilized materials from their home in Skagit Valley to create the Octopus sculpture that encompasses the flowing waters of the Salish Sea.
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Julian Watts Brings “Groves and Stones” to Downtown Bellevue
Eight abstract sculptures representing the boulders, mountains, and trees of the Pacific Northwest have been installed in the plaza of West Main in Downtown Bellevue. This collection, created by Oregon-based artist Julian Watts, embodies the poetic vitality found in the natural world.
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Why Vulcan Real Estate is Invested in the Future
Our holistic approach to development, our steady partnership, and our commitment to critical infrastructure is aimed to attract, retain, and foster vital communities of knowledge workers that will help our cities prosper.
Our team is building a better way forward
Advocates for Good
We believe we can positively influence the future for good—for generations. That’s why we’re committed to smart, thoughtful development that results in cleaner air and water, healthier homes and workspaces, and vibrant cultural experiences that enrich our surroundings. In collaboration with our community and real estate partners, we’re building a future that improves lives, preserves the planet, and delivers lasting value for years to come.
We’re proud to partner with best-in-class clients
Our projects generate lasting dividends
Seattle’s mixed-use, full-block development at the gateway to South Lake Union features ample open space including a large plaza with an iconic nest structure, public art, and a water feature.