AKA: Goldsmith Building, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Saunders and Lawton, Architects (firm); George Willis Lawton (architect); Charles Willard Saunders (architect)

Dates: constructed 1907

6 stories

2nd Avenue South and King Street
Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 98104

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Northwest corner of 2nd Avenue South and King Street

The Seattle Times indicated that a new building would be erected imminently in Seattle by the Crane Company, manufacturer of plumbing supplies: "Architects Saunders & Lawton have designed the above structure, for the exclusive use of the Crane Company, extensive dealers in plumbers' and steamfitters' supplies. The building will be six stories and basement in height, and will be erected on the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and King Street, with a ground area of 110x108 feet. The cost will be $200,000. The walls will be of brick, with concrete floors and iron girder construction. The building will be fireproof throughout." (See "Crane Company's Building," Seattle Times, 02/17/1907, p. 59.)

PCAD id: 18325