AKA: Key Tower #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA; Seattle Municipal Tower, Downtown, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Bassetti Architects (firm); Hoffman Construction Company (firm); KG Construction Company, Building Contractors (firm); KPFF Consulting Engineers (firm); Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA) Structural + Civil Engineers (firm); Frederick Forde Bassetti (architect); David Kennett Forssen Sr. (engineer); David G. Fritz (engineer); Lee Hawley Hoffman (building contractor); Albert Kelly (engineer); Harvey Paul Pittelko (engineer)

Dates: constructed 1990

700 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104-5058

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Cleveland, OH-based Key Bank purchased the building for $120 million in 1996. Replacing Key Bank, the Seattle City Government became the owner and prime tenant in the building and the name was changed to the "Seattle Municipal Tower," on 05/17/2004; King County maintained some offices in this building c. 2007.

This 62-story building stands as one of the tallest office towers on Seattle's skyline.

PCAD id: 6029