605 1st Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 98134, United States
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 200 – 3,977 RSF @ $35.00 NNN – Available now. Mostly open plan space with high ceilings and windows and kitchen overlooking Pioneer Square Park!
Suite 300 – 2,518 RSF @ $32.00 NNN – Available now. Beautiful space with lobby exposure and four large offices. Overlooks Pioneer Square Park!
Suite 401 – 2,385 RSF @ $32.00 NNN – Available now. Nice open plan space with offices and lobby exposure overlooking Pioneer Square Park!
Suite 530 – 973 RSF @ $32 NNN = Available now. Two private offices with windows and an open work area.
Address: 605 1st Avenue
Area: Pioneer Square
State/County: King County, Washington
Country: United States
Property Id : 19216
Property Type: Office
Submarket: Pioneer Square
Year Built: 1890
Year Renovated: 1982
Total Building Size: 45,000 RSF
Number Of Floors: 6
Number Of Buildings: 1
Typical Floor: 7,000 RSF
Partial Floor Load: 0%