Originally built in 1890 in the Romanesque Revival style popular in Seattle after the 1889 fire, the Mutual Life Insurance Company purchased the building in 1916 and added five floors. The building, originally called the “Yesler Building” and now the Mutual Life Building, was built on the approximate site of Henry Yesler’s cookhouse, which served as Seattle’s first public space and restaurant. This is a Pioneer Square building of major architectural and historical importance.
Suite 300 – 4,145 RSF @ $36 NNN – Available now. 7 privates w/ large windows, kitchen & large conference room.
Suite 330 – 2,026 RSF @ $36 NNN – Available now. 5 privates w/ large windows, kitchen & conference room.
Suite 530 – 973 RSF @ $36 NNN = Available now. Quality bright space with large windows two offices, conference room and open work area.