Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings; built works - industrial buildings

Designers: Graham and Painter, Architect and Engineer (firm); Robert and Company, Architects (firm); Shelton, Jesse L., Architect (firm); John Graham Sr. (architect/engineer); William L. Painter (structural engineer); Lawrence Wood Robert Jr. (architect); Jesse L. Shelton (architect)

Dates: constructed 1939

1313 East Columbia Street
First Hill, Seattle, WA 98122-4437

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The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board considered the nomination of this bottling plant at its meeting, 06/18/ 2008.

Graham and Painter designed this bottling plant with Coca Cola's in-house designer, the Atlanta architect, Jesse M. Shelton; the plant, located in the Squire Park tract of First Hill, was last used by Qwest as a service, parking, and warehouse facility. In late 2007, Seattle University purchased it, and nominated it to be a Seattle City Landmark on 06/18/2008. On 01/07/2009, the City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board heard a request for extension by the building's owners on the controls and incentives portion of the landmarking process.

Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen did a feasibility study on the Coca Cola Bottling Plant for Seattle University in 05/2008.

PCAD id: 5372