Kirkland is a satellite city of Seattle and has a vibrant hi-tech industry, particularly in the software sector, IT and professional services – industries drawn by its trained workforce. More than 60 businesses employing a total of 10,000 people border the Cross Kirkland Corridor – a former industrial rail track running north to south through the city that is being revitalized. Its notable business sectors include ICT, truck manufacturing, gaming and medical. The 12th largest city in Washington state, Kirkland boasts several varied business districts and has an educated population that enjoys a good quality of life. As well as local companies, the area attracts home-based and international industries to its business-friendly environment. The waterfront city enjoys a good transportation with access to I-405 and commuters served by a metro transit system and bus network. Kirkland, Washington is home to our Carillon Point center, which overlooks the Eastern shore of Lake Washington. It's well positioned to access the region's growing high-technology industry, but also ideal for any business looking for flexible office space. Our offices come fully equipped and you get administrative support from our professional center team, who can also arrange meeting rooms to suit any business event. We have offices available by the hour, or for years should you want it. There is a business lounge that you can visit when working outside your usual office with free Wi-Fi, video communications facilities and refreshments included. Virtual office packages are also available and can include call handling and mail forwarding if required.