Colonial Grand Pacific Condos in Seattle
If you love history and historical architecture combined with modern conveniences then the Colonial Grand Pacific could be the perfect home for you.
The 4 story brick building was built in 1898 as the Starr Hotel. It then re-opened in 1902 as the Grand Pacific Hotel. During the gold rush the building housed many of the miners coming through the area, as well as the Seattle Woolen Mills, who milled the outfits for the Klondikers.
The hotel closed in 1966 and was reopened in 1998 when it was converted into unique and beautiful condo's and lofts. The Richardsonian Romanesque style of the building was kept in tact as a rare example of this style of architecture outside of Pioneer Square.
The Colonial Grand Pacific Condos are conveniently located a few blocks from Pike Place Market, the Waterfront, Benarova Hall, the Seattle Art Museum, restaurants, nightclubs, unique shopping and art galleries.
The building is home to 37 units, it is 4 stories high, with a private interior courtyard. The renovation included leaving many of the insturstrial style features original to the building making the interior as unique as the exterior. Each unit offers its own architectural details like, brick exposed walls, antique wood finishes, lofty ceilings, arched windows, hardwood floors and heavy timber beams. The units are mostly comprised of 1 & 2 bedroom floor plans.
While there is no parking available in the building there is a skybridge linking the building to a parking garage with availability at a low monthly cost.
The location at 1119 1st Avenue in downtown Seattle is perfect for the people who love being in the middle of it all. The units in this building sell quite quickly so please contact us if you are interested in looking at The Colonial Grand Pacific. Our experts in this neighborhood, and the Seattle area can help you find exactly the right home for you.