The Bullitt Center’s Capitol Hill site is one of the densest neighborhoods in all of Seattle. Previously two-thirds covered by asphalt and one-third by a bar (don’t fret, it relocated), the lot was underdeveloped for the area.
In keeping with the building’s sustainable nature, tenants must adapt to this dense environment. There’s no onsite parking for cars, but there are 25 covered spots for bicycles, with more around the building's exterior, and showers on every floor that make it easy to clean up after a ride to work. Since the building is located on a bus route, near a new streetcar line, and in walking distance to a future light rail, driving to work should be the last choice for tenants of the Bullitt Center.