Microsoft Redmond Campus Refresh

Rendering of new Microsoft Campus

Project Overview

Microsoft’s 500-acre campus in Redmond, Washington, is a unique asset to the company as well as the community. Neighboring a vibrant urban core, lakes, mountains, and miles of forest, it’s one of Microsoft’s crown jewels. As they continue to grow and look to create the best workplace in the tech sector, Microsoft will invest right here in Redmond, their home for more than 30 years.

The multi-year campus refresh will include:

  • 18 new buildings
  • Over 3 million square feet of renovated workspace
  • $150 million in transportation infrastructure improvements
  • Underground parking facility
  • 2-acre open plaza
  • Soccer and Cricket fields
  • Running and walking trails
  • Retail space

Today Microsoft has 125 buildings in the Puget Sound region. When this project is complete, the main campus will be comprised of 131 buildings — including the equivalent of 180 football fields of new and renovated space — of modern workspace for the 47,000 employees who work there every day, plus room to expand operations and add up to 8,000 more people.

For more information on this project, visit the Microsoft Modern Campus website.