Colonial Grand Pacific

The Colonial Grand Pacific building is a historic mixed-use structure located in the heart of downtown Seattle along bustling First Avenue. Recognized by the Office of Urban Conservation as “one of Seattle’s finest examples of Richardsonian Romanesque commercial architecture”, this circa 1898 landmark structure is well known within the downtown community for its historic façade and charming interior. Poised to benefit from increased downtown office and residential development, the Colonial Grand is within two blocks of such developments as the world class Four Seasons Hotel and Condominium Residences, Hotel 1000, Seattle Art Musuem, Benaroya Hall, and the Harbor Steps Apartments.

With 4 floors of residential condominium units, 2 floors of office suites, and ground level retail space, the Colonial Grand Pacific offers spacious units with charming brick walls, lofty ceilings and exposed heavy timbers. First Avenue is a lively street, which attracts a high volume of shoppers and tourists year round. Nearby amenities include the waterfront, Pike Place Market, Hotel 1000, the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, the Seattle Art Museum, and Seattle’s famous Washington State Ferry System. The site also provides tenants with prime visibility from the SR 99 Seneca Street off-ramp and a dynamic pedestrian environment aided by local retailers and galleries.

1113-1121 First Avenue

status

Stabilized

Land Area

16,771 SF

Building Area

35,916 SF

Project Type

Residential, Office, Retail

Height

6 Stories

Parking

6 Stalls

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