Atlas Networks, an internet service provider based in Seattle, has recently relocated to the Mottman Building in Pioneer Square, significantly expanding its office space compared to its previous location in Seattle’s Sodo neighborhood.
According to a spokesperson from Atlas, the new office situated at 307 Third Ave. S. boasts a total area of 6,239 square feet, including an additional warehouse space of nearly 2,000 square feet, according to a recent report in the Puget Sound Business Journal. Previously, the company operated from a space of approximately 4,400 square feet near Fourth Avenue South and South Lander Street.
The move was completed in mid-May, and the staff began operating from the new office on May 22nd.
CEO Ryan Maloney emphasized the company’s commitment to Seattle and the surrounding region with the relocation, stating, “With our move into Pioneer Square, we are continuing our commitment to Seattle and the region that we serve.”
The spokesperson confirmed that all 34 employees of Atlas, except for a few field workers, are based in the Pioneer Square office, since it is the company’s sole location.
The historic Mottman Building, which is 117 years old and spans five floors, offers a total space of over 30,700 square feet. Atlas collaborated with real estate company Samis Land Co. for the relocation. The partnership between the two companies has lasted for more than a decade, with Samis Land Co. being both an Atlas customer and a partner.
Established in 2008, Atlas Networks provides internet and phone services to businesses and residences in various Seattle neighborhoods, including downtown, Sodo, Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, Belltown, South Lake Union, South Park, and the University of Washington.
In addition to expanding its premises, Atlas Networks stated that the move further strengthens its association with The Alliance for Pioneer Square, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood through initiatives like advocacy, business development, and marketing.
Lisa Howard, the executive director of The Alliance for Pioneer Square, expressed her excitement about welcoming Atlas Networks to the neighborhood and encouraged their staff to engage with the vibrant community.