AKA: Davison Apartments, University District, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: Stuart and Wheatley, Architects (firm); Bertram Dudley Stuart Jr.. (architect); Arthur Wheatley (architect)

Dates: constructed 1926

3 stories, total floor area: 22,018 sq. ft.

5003 15th Avenue NE
University District, Seattle, WA 98105-4345

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Located at the northwest corner of NE 50th Street and 15th Avenue NE.

Building History

Stuart and Wheatley designed this small apartment house catering to students and employees of the nearby University of Washington, Seattle. The B. Dudley Stuart Architectural Photograph Collection at the University of Washington, Department of Special Collections, Photo Collection #585, Folder 4 Item 11 and Folder 4 Item 12 contain photograps of the Davison Apartments. See: http://www.lib.washington.edu/Specialcoll/findaids/docs/photosgraphics/StuartPHColl585.xml (Accessed 03/27/2008)

Building Notes

This brick-faced, three-story apartment building occupied the northwest corner of NE 50th Street and 15th Avenue NE. In 2007, it had 22 units, each with an average size of 765 square feet. King County Parcel # 8816400420. It contained 22 units in 2022 with 22,018 gross square feet, 16,848 net. The building occupied a 8,220-square-foot (0.19-acre-site).