Welcome to Seattle’s original office building, located in the city’s long-storied Pioneer Square, which is now home to a thriving collection of galleries, cafes, buzzing restaurants, local boutiques and creative tech talent. Built in 1889, the Broderick Building is one of the best
examples of the stone masonry construction that old Seattle is now revered.
The statuesque sandstone structure has been well-preserved to host a modern wave of industry pioneers to the neighborhood.
Enclosed 6-story exposed brick and glass atrium
Bike storage and shower
Short walking distance to popular dining spots, including Cherry Street Coffee House, Top Pot Donuts, Hold in the Wall BBQ, and the Metropolitan Grill
Close to the retail core, International District, CenturyLink and Safeco Fields
Easy access to public transportation:
walk to Pioneer Square and King Street transit stations, the Colman ferry terminal and future First Ave.