Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings; built works - commercial buildings - stores

Designers: Fisher, Elmer, H., Architect (firm); Elmer Horace Fisher (architect)

Dates: constructed 1889-1891

4 stories

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706 1st Avenue
Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 98104-1402

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The Sullivan Block originally stood at 702-716 Front Street. This later became 706-716 1st Avenue.

Building Notes

This building contained stores at 716, 712, 710, 708, and 706 1st Avenue as per editions of Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash., 1905, 1908 and 1912.

In 1895, the Bonanza Mining and Smelting Company had an office in Room #35 of the Sullivan Building. In that year, P.C. Chiodo was the president, Charles Lovejoy, secretary. (See Polk's Seattle Directory Company's Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1895, p. 166.)

In 1901, the R.L. Polk and Company, Publishers, maintained their local city directory offices in the Sullivan Building. Frederick G. Hutchinson was the Manager of the Polk’s Seattle Directory Company office. (See R.L. Polk and Company's Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1901, p. 627.)

The Gottstein Building, which contained the Hotel Brunswick #2, stood just to the north of the Sullivan Building in 1905.


The Sullivan Building was demolished.

PCAD id: 4658