Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: Schack and Young, Architects and Engineers (firm); James Hansen Schack Sr. (architect); Arrigo Mazzucato Young (civil engineer/mechanical engineer)

Dates: constructed 1930-1931

3 stories, total floor area: 18,326 sq. ft.

105 Ward Street
Seattle, WA 98109-3633

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Shack and Young designed the 105 Ward Street Apartments in 1930-1931, one of several done by the firm in the Art Deco Style c. 1929-1931. Others included the Martha Ann (Seattle, WA, 1929) and the Baroness Apartments (Seattle, WA, 1930-1931).

The 3-story, masonry 105 Ward Street Apartments occupied a 12,800-square-foot (0.29-acre) parcel; it contained 18,326 gross square feet, 13,200 net. In 2010, it had 18 units, with an average size of 733 square feet. Its taxable value was $2,209,000 at that time.