AKA: 2615 4th Avenue Office Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Lindsey, Chester, L., and Associates, Architects (firm); Selig, Martin, Real Estate (firm); Wright, Howard S., (HSW) Construction Company (firm); Chester Loren Lindsey (architect); Martin Selig (developer); Howard S. Wright (building contractor/developer)

Dates: constructed 1974-1975

8 stories, total floor area: 150,000 sq. ft.

2615 4th Avenue
Downtown, Seattle, WA 98121-1209

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The lobby address was 2601 4th Avenue.

Building History

This high-rise is an early collaboration among developer Martin Selig, architect, Chester L. Lindsey (1927-2003), and builder, Howard S. Wright, all of Seattle, WA.

In 2018, the 4th Avenue and Vine Street Building continued to be owned by Selig Holdings Company LLC.

Building Notes

2615 Fourth Avenue Office Building is 112 feet tall with 9 stories. (Some sources list 8 stories for it.) The square footage when built was 150,000 gross, 122,387 net. In 2018, it occupied a 25,920-square-foot (0.60-acre) lot. It had a one-floor basement parking garage with 74 stalls and 23,630 square feet.