619 Western Building

The 619 Western Building was constructed in 1910 as a warehouse building. The building has been used as a warehouse/production facility, with the exception of the first floor level which has been occupied by retail establishments. It is located in the Pioneer Square Historic District of Seattle. A key aspect of the building is the large multi-light wood windows which are being restored to their original condition.

Until recently, the building was occupied by various tenants, mostly relating to artists and art studios. Due to the construction of the State Route 99 Tunnel Project, the building required extensive structural improvements. The improvements were necessary to assure that the tunnel operations do not negatively impact the structural integrity of the already fragile building. The seismic improvements are now complete.

Renovations were completed in 2015.