Monthly Archives: March 2020

Coronavirus Update March 24, 2020

Per Governor Inslee’s order on ­­­­March 23, 2020, only employees from essential businesses are permitted to continue to work at their offices.  Union Square remains open for essential businesses and activities at this time.  Due to the importance of this directive, we encourage only those that need to come to the building to continue to … Continue reading »

Coronavirus Update March 23, 2020

In an effort to keep our building security team healthy as the number of Coronavirus infections in Seattle grows, we will be updating entry procedures for guests to One and Two Union Square.  This is in an effort to continue our policy of social distancing for the security team. Effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020, essential … Continue reading »

Coronavirus Update- March 16, 2020

On Friday, March 13, 2020, we notified you of a positive Coronavirus case in Two Union Square.  As stated in our letter, on Friday night we completed a deep disinfection of the floor where the employee worked, which included the entire office where the employee worked, the restrooms and common areas on that floor, and … Continue reading »

Extra Blood Drive Tomorrow (3/11/20)

Due to the current shortage of blood donations in King County, we will be hosting an extra blood drive tomorrow with Bloodworks Northwest in the Two Union Square 51st Floor Conference Room from 10:00am-4:00pm (closed from 12:30pm-1:15pm). To make your appointment, please click here. Don’t forget: Eat something substantial (before and after you donate), stay … Continue reading »

Union Square Next Steps in Response to Coronavirus

RE: Union Square Coronavirus Response Information Dear Valued Tenant: Effective March 6, 2020 at 12:00pm (noon), One and Two Union Square will be limiting access to the buildings to just tenants and their guests to keep the buildings a healthy place to conduct business.  We have previewed our proposal with a number of our tenants … Continue reading »

Additional Coronavirus Resources

Links: King County Public Health Coronavirus Information Washington State Department of Health Information Update from Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan (3/4/2020 7:52am): Since January, my office, city departments, and I have been preparing to respond to COVID-19, and remain in close, regular contact with the Washington State Department of Health, Public Health – Seattle & King … Continue reading »

Help Us Keep Union Square Healthy!

We’ve developed a poster to provide tips to help us keep Union Square healthy!  For a PDF copy you can print, or use in your office, click here.

New Coronavirus Resources for Union Square Tenants

CDC Recommended Strategies for Employers to Use Now to Prevent Spreading CDC Guidance to Individuals – Prevention Yale Professor Nicholas Christakis Explains Rationale for Social Distancing

Union Square and the Impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As you are likely aware, there have been many confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) around the world, and now the first death in the United States right here in Kirkland, Washington.  As of this afternoon, there are 8 confirmed/presumptive cases in western Washington including six in King County.  This includes cases in which community-based … Continue reading »