Seattle Tourist Attractions--Architecture--Pioneer Square
1892 Rehabilitation 1975
600 First Avenue (next to Pioneer Square Park)
View from the upper deck of the Pioneer Square Garage
Architect Elmer Fisher designed many of the buildings in the Pioneer Square area. This Romanesque Revival building is considered to be Mr. Fisher’s best existing structure. During the Klondike Gold Rush, 48 mining companies had offices in the building. It is a charming building adjacent to Pioneer Square Park and it is a National Historic Landmark. The architectural detail and colors of this building make it one of Seattle's most beautiful buildings. It faces the lovely Pioneer Square Park.
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