We are excited to rehabilitate the 1950 Art Deco building, bring it up to modern standards for office tenants, and preserve three massive vault doors as art.

Martin Selig

Federal Reserve Building

1015 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104

Available Summer 2016

This historic building was custom built in 1950 as the Federal Reserve Bank.   It’s sole purpose was to disperse cash from the United States Federal Reserve to private area banks until its relocation  in 2012.  It is to be re-purposed as an office building to be completed in 4th quarter, 2019.  All of the historical features will be incorporated into its design.  7 floors will be added onto the existing 4 floors, totaling 180,000 square feet.  2 of the 11 floors will be under the main lobby level and will incorporate 25 parking stalls.

Property Details

Square Feet: 
90,000
Available Square Feet: 
90,000
Number of Floors: 
6
Parking: 
25 indoor stalls

Amenities

Close to Seattle Central Library, City Hall, the Justice Center, Seattle Art Museum, Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Great Wheel.

  • Excellent I-5 and SR 99 highway access
  • Just one block to the transit tunnel
  • Three blocks to the ferry terminal
  • Near Pioneer Square and sports stadiums
  • Starbucks and sundries store across the street
  • Pet-friendly offices
  • Free lobby Wi-Fi

We'd love to hear from you.

Call us for more information: 206 467-7600

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