Quadrant Homes Upgrades Headquarters as Seattle is Named Hottest Housing Market in the Country

In a housing market that has been recently named the hottest in the
country, Quadrant Homes – a Bellevue-based home builder now in its 48th
year – has relocated its headquarters to a larger, 25,000-square-foot
Class A office space at Commons on 90 (15900 SE Eastgate Way in
Bellevue). Quadrant outgrew its former Bellevue location in the
Crestwood Building at 14725 SE 36th Street, where the company had been
located since 2005.

“Our customers are always our top priority, no matter what the market is
doing,” said Ken Krivanec, president of Quadrant Homes. “Along with
building the best homes in the business, we’re focused on providing a
premium, concierge-style buying experience, and our new office
facilitates that integrated approach.”

Designed to enhance cross-team collaboration for the premium builder,
Quadrant’s new headquarters features an open office, a large, central
map where all associates can see where the company is focusing land
acquisition efforts, and gathering areas with a ping pong table, dart
board, and giant magnetic scrabble board. The company’s new space also
includes a 4,200-square-foot home Design Studio built with a focus on
state-of-the-art modern amenities, from the latest in-home technology to
gourmet kitchens.

In 2014, Quadrant became part of TRI Pointe Group, one of the top 10
largest public homebuilders in the United States based on equity market
capitalization, in the sale of Weyerhaeuser’s homebuilding subsidiary,
Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company. A year later, Quadrant became one of
the first two builders in the nation to offer mortgage services through
TRI Pointe Connect, a joint venture between TRI Pointe Group and
imortgage, one of the nation’s top five nonbank retail mortgage lenders.

“Today we are a connected company that makes the process seamless for
the buyer,” said Krivanec. “From lending to home design, we connect the
dots so the buyer doesn’t have to.”

Quadrant sells premium new homes primarily along Seattle’s popular
Eastside tech corridor. Current communities located near campuses for
Microsoft, Google, T-Mobile U.S., and Nintendo of America include
enclaves in Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, Bothell, and Woodinville. Other
Puget Sound community locations include Newcastle, Renton, Poulsbo and
Gig Harbor.

Commons on 90 is also home to Koehler & Co., Siemens, and ITEX. For more
information about Quadrant Homes, visit www.quadranthomes.com.

About Quadrant Homes

More Washingtonians live in a Quadrant home than in one constructed by
any other builder. Quadrant Homes is now in its 48th year of
award-winning home building in the Puget Sound region. The company is
currently building or developing new-home communities in King, Pierce,
Snohomish, and Kitsap counties. Quadrant has been recognized for seven
years in a row with the Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer
satisfaction, and has been named a Builder of the Year by the Master
Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. Quadrant Homes is a
member of TRI Pointe Group (TPH), a family of premium regional
homebuilders supported by the significant resources, economies of scale
and thought leadership of a national foundation. Together this makes TRI
Pointe Group one of the largest homebuilders in the U.S. Quadrant Homes
and the TRI Pointe subsidiaries were named the 2014 Developer of the
Year by Builder and Developer and the 2015 Builder of the Year by BUILDER
. For more information, visit the Quadrant
Homes website
, Quadrant
Homes Twitter
and Quadrant
Homes Facebook

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