AKA: 2200 Western Avenue Building, Seattle, WA; Grunbaum Brothers Furniture Company, Store, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: architectural drawings - ornaments; built works - industrial buildings - warehouses; built works - infrastructure - transportation structures

Designers: Dietrich, George C., Building Contractor (firm); Priteca, B. Marcus, Architect (firm); Sylliaasen, Melvin O., Engineer (firm); George C. Dietrich Jr. (building contractor); Barnet Marcus Priteca (architect); Melvin Oliver Sylliaasen (engineer)

Dates: constructed 1909-1910

5 stories, total floor area: 48,600 sq. ft.

2200 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121-1612

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George C. Dietrich served as the architect and builder for the Union Stables, commissioned by Benjamin and Maddox at an original cost of approximately $50,000. Construction on the occurred during 1909-1910. (The King County Assessor had the date of 1909 as its year built.) According to a brief Seattle Times article of 01/16/1910, the four-story building was "now being completed." The King County Assessor listed the building having five floors in 2012.

In 2012, the King County Assessor's Office called this the "M & M Company Building." It had a taxable value of $2,737,000 in 2012.

The 5-story Union Stables Building has served multiple uses over the years.