Drink in the character of the soaring ceilings, rustic timber beams, wooden floors, Palladian windows and voluminous floor plans. Create a backdrop of warmth around the exposed brick walls. Entertain on the shared rooftop terrace featuring a garden and stunning views.
With only 27 units, this is a rare gem. You should move swiftly when there is availability.
Eighty South Jackson was built in 1900 and is located on the corner of 1st Avenue and Jackson St. in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. The waterfront, art galleries, sports complexes, museums, shops and restaurants are within an easy stroll of this Klondike era building. Originally known as the Smith Building, it was combined with another landmark, the neighboring Squire Building, in 1984 and renovated to its current charming style boasting large windows and flexible floor plans.
That vibe you feel is from this true loft in a wonderful urban neighborhood. Its an historical building with the charm of New York in the heart of Pioneer Square.