AKA: Associated General Contractors (AGC), Seattle Chapter, Construction Center, Uptown, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Stuart and Durham, Architects (firm); Robert Lewis Durham (architect); Bertram Dudley Stuart Jr.. (architect)

Dates: constructed 1950

1 story

215 West Harrison Street
Uptown, Seattle, WA 98119

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The AGC Building stood on the southeast corner of West Harrison Street and North 3rd Avenue.


The Seattle architectural firm of Stuart and Durham designed this brick-faced, flat-roofed office building for the Seattle Chapter of the Associated General Contractors. It stood on this site from 1950 until about 2009.

Building Notes

Colton D. Harper served as the Manager of this chapter in 1955. (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1955, p. 76.)


The AGC Building was torn down c. 2009 to make way for the AVA Queen Anne Apartment Building at 330 3rd Avenue West. completed in 2011.

PCAD id: 22108