Union Stables exterior
Location:
Seattle, WA

Year Built:
1910

Construction:
Masonry & Heavy Timber

Usage
Retail / Commercial

Capacity
65,000 sq. ft. of leasable space: 12,000 sq. ft. of retail, 53,000 sq. ft. of office, and no parking

Making history, again.


Union Stables is a heavy timber and masonry building built in 1910 as a commercial horse stable facility. It is listed on the City of Seattle’s register of historic landmarks and once housed some 300 horses. In early 2014, Allegra Properties began a full renovation and restoration that included seismic upgrades, masonry restoration, new elevator, new mechanical/electrical systems and the addition of a fifth-floor penthouse. The entire renovation was under the guidance of the State of Washington & National Parks Historic guidelines. Since then the Union Stables has been the recipient of numerous Historic Rehabilitation awards.

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