Concur moving HQ to Bellevue
Concur Technologies, which sells software for managing travel and expenses, is relocating from Redmond after signing downtown Bellevue's largest lease in several years.
Seattle Times staff
Concur Technologies is moving its headquarters from Redmond to downtown Bellevue.
The travel and expense software maker has signed a 10-year lease for 122,000 square feet in the 22-story Key Center, at Northeast Sixth Street and 108th Avenue Northeast. The deal, for about one-quarter of the tower, is downtown Bellevue's largest since 2009, according to Kilroy Realty, the building's owner.
Concur will move in May 2013, the company said in a regulatory filing. Its initial rent will be $3.5 million a year.