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Seaboard Building – 1500 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101


Address: 1500 4th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101
Neighborhood: Downtown


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Officially labled as a landmark by the Seattle Landmark Preservation Board, the restored Seaboard Building by NBBJ is the only residential location in Westlake Center on 4th and Pike (4 blocks from Pike Place Market and across the street from the mall). This mixed-use property includes ground floor retail and five floors of offices. The top four floors are high-end condominiums which all boast over-sized operable windows. Updated with state-of-the-art technology and appliances, this building is nothing short of modern even though it’s original birthday is from the early 1900’s. Kitchens feature Viking gas cook tops, Sub-Zero refrigerators and Miele dishwashers. The building is a brick facade with terra cotta architectural detailing with natural stone and hardwood, ornate ceiling and moldings in the lobby. Homeowners were also able to benefit from reduced real estate property taxes for ten years from original purchase.


  • Year Built: 1909
  • Number of Units: 25
  • Number of Stories: 10
  • Exterior: Brick, Stucco, Cement/Concrete
  • Parking: None
  • Pets: Subj to Restrictions
  • H/O Dues Included: Central Hot Water, Earthquake Ins., Garbage, Water/Sewer
  • Common Property Features & Amenities: Disabled Access, Elevator, Fire Sprinklers, Lobby Entrance


  • 5th Avenue Theatre
  • Benaroya Music Hall
  • Century Square
  • Macy’s
  • Nordstrom
  • Pacific Place
  • Pike Place Market
  • Rainier Square Shops
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Sheraton Seattle
  • Two Union Square
  • Westin Hotel


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*Data is deemed to be reliable, but not guaranteed. In some cases, number of units may include commercial and residential spaces and/or height may or may not include a 13th floor.

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