Status Occupancy 85%
Fund Advisory
Project Six-story, turn of the century office building located in the Pioneer Square District. Recently renovated in 2007, this building offers a combination of historical charm and modern amenities.
Location Located at the corner of Yesler Way and Occidental Avenue in the Pioneer Square district immediately south of the Seattle Central Business District. The Building is within walking distance of the King County Court House and Qwest Field.
Key Attributes A combination of wood-frame and masonry on timber piles. The exterior facade consists of ornate masonry and terra cotta, with cement stucco on portions of the southern and eastern elevations. Year Built: Renovation: 1997 & 2007. Original construction: 1890
Footages 57,760 ± SF on 0.31 Acres
Access Easily accessed via surface streets and Interstate 5, four blocks west of the Building. Public transportation is within easy walking distance, including the public bus system that stops one block to the east at 2nd Street, the Seattle Transit Tunnel across the street from the building, and the ferry system two blocks to the west.
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Seattle, Washington