The business information provider will take over Terminal 1 on the waterfront in 2025.
Zoominfo has signed a lease to expand its global headquarters in Vancouver, Washington.
Zoominfo is currently located on 805 Broadway St. in downtown Vancouver and will move to a four-story office in Terminal 1 on the Columbia River in 2025.
The Terminal 1 renovation project is intended to be a mixed-use destination with restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Terminal 1 is the Port of Vancouver’s original marine terminal between The Waterfront Vancouver and the I-5 Bridge.
Zoominfo has more than doubled its number of employees worldwide organically and through five acquisitions since the beginning of 2020.
The Zoominfo provides data and contact information about companies and makes them easily accessible to sellers. The company claims, “Our company database contains over 95 million high profile companies. Zoominfo is used to drive sales and marketing growth and can provide you with information about the company you are trying to connect with.”
“Vancouver is a thriving and growing technology center with some of the best talent in the country,” said Henry Schuck, founder and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Zoominfo, who founded the company in 2007 and moved to Vancouver in 2009. We can keep investing in our team, but we can also support our community with more innovation. Terminal 1 is a perfect match for Zoominfo because it enables us to define new opportunities to help shape the future of our company when building our new global headquarters. ”
Zoominfo considered 12 different locations in the greater Vancouver area before securing the entire Terminal 1 building.
“We are delighted to have Zoominfo in our portfolio,” said Patrick Gilligan, Executive Vice President, Pacific Northwest, Lincoln Property Company, which is developing the Terminal 1 property in a joint venture with Bridge Investment Group. “Zoominfo’s rapid growth is due to both the global success of its revenue generating software and its commitment to fostering strong collaboration in the office. We look forward to working with Zoominfo to bring the vision to life for its new global headquarters and help create more jobs for the local economy. ”
The area is part of an opportunity zone that comes with tax breaks.
“Bridge is excited to have such a high quality tenant who will bring so many jobs to the Vancouver Waterfront,” said David Coelho, chief investment officer of Bridge’s Opportunity Zone Strategy. “Zoominfo will help develop the waterfront into a real work-live-play area.”
In addition to its global headquarters, Zoominfo expanded its flagship east coast office in Waltham, Massachusetts, approximately 10 miles west of Boston.
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