AKA: First Korn Building, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA
Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings
Dates: constructed 1887-1889, demolished 1889
The short-lived firm of Fisher and Clark designed three known buildings, the James and Hastings Building, Port Townsend, WA (1888-1889), the Colman Building #1, Seattle, WA (1887), and the Korn Building #1 (1886-1889). Fisher and Clark designed the building for Moses Korn, a pharmacist.
The Korn Building #1 burned about less than a year after its completion in the Great Fire of 1889.
PCAD id: 4636