Union Stables exterior
Location:
Seattle, WA

Year Built:
1910

Construction:
Masonry & Heavy Timber

Usage
Retail / Commercial

Capacity
The Union Stables offers 65,000 square feet of leasable space. 12,000 square feet on our retail level, along with 53,000 square feet of thoughtfully renovated office space.

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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