Bellevue 600

Bellevue 600 Construction Updates

October 2023


In October, the following work will be in progress at the Bellevue 600 project:

  • Saturday, October 7 – Sunday, October 8: On these days, there will be crane jumping activities happening for two of our tower cranes between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Trucks will be staged on 110th Avenue and north of the project inside the fence.
  • Saturday, October 14: The road will be closed on 10th Avenue NE from NE 6th Street to mid-block of 108th Avenue NE between the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. for hoisting of equipment needed to complete the mass excavation work.
  • Pedestrians are being rerouted due to sidewalk closures adjacent to the site on 108th Avenue NE, 110th Avenue NE and NE 6th Street. Please refer to the map for more details.
  • Underground street improvements on 108th Avenue NE and 110th Avenue NE will continue this month.
  • To facilitate construction activities on the project, the team will be shifting traffic on 110th Avenue NE. Southbound traffic control measures will be in place Monday through Friday.
  • Mass excavation work on Phase 2 will continue in October. Traffic along 108th Ave. NE will increase as this activity progresses.
  • The City of Bellevue started construction in mid-May at the intersections of 110th Avenue NE and NE 6th Street and 108th Avenue NE and NE 6th Street. While this activity may impact traffic flow around the job site, it is not related to Sellen’s ongoing work on the Bellevue 600 project. Updates related to the work in these two intersections will be communicated by the City of Bellevue.

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The Bellevue 600 project is a new office tower in Bellevue. Early site work is now underway. Updates will be sent out on a monthly basis or 72 hours prior to any significant construction activity requiring additional closures. Click here to subscribe to future project updates.