The Gates Foundation has finally found a home. The world’s largest charitable foundation, operating largely in part due to donations from Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, has settled on a 500 million dollar complex near the Seattle Center. The complex is massive, with two six-story, boomerang-shaped buildings on 12 acres housing about 800 employees. In the middle of it rests a glass-windowed atrium that rises up to six stories. They are also shooting for a Gold rating in LEED Certification, (an environmental building standard), which includes a living roof on the parking garage and a million-gallon rainwater storage tank to reduce water use. Not bad guys! Now, one more thing. Hire me.