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

Designers: Boone and Meeker, Architects (firm); William Ely Boone (architect); George Cook Meeker (architect)

Dates: constructed 1883, demolished 1889

3 stories

2nd Avenue South
Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 98104

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Origianlly located on South 3rd Street which later became 2nd Avenue South; at this time, the building had an address of 122 2nd Avenue.

This 3-story, brick building's facade had corbeled courses separating each floor. Windows were topped with segmental arches. A gabled form rose from the top of the parapet on which the building's date of construction, 1883, was inscribed in stone. It was located on what was called South Third Street originally, what came to be called 2nd Avenue South. A second Wah Chong Building was built in 1889, which was also demolished in the Great Seattle Fire of 06/06/1889.

Demolished by fire 06/06/1889.

PCAD id: 14387