Project: 80 South Jackson
Neighborhood: Pioneer Square
Architect: Max Umbrecht
80 South Jackson is located in the heart of Seattle’s creative hub – vibrant Pioneer Square. This classic 5-story brick masonry building is home to 27 quintessential artists loft-style residences. It was originally built in 1990 during the Klondike Gold Rush and previously known as The Smith Building (relative of the Smith Tower). It wasn’t until 1984 that the name of the building changed when it was renovated and combined with its neighbor, the Squire Building – another Pioneer Square landmark.
Rarely available, the renovated homes boast high ceilings and Palladian windows, charming exposed brick walls, exposed rustic beams and ample square footage. Homeowners share a rooftop garden deck that showcase stunning views of the city and Sound.
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PROJECT INFO – UCS GRADE
|ADDRESS||80 South Jackson||LOCATION|
|YEAR BUILT||1990 (Renovated in 1984)||AMENITIES|
|RENTAL CAP||No Rental Cap||WALKABILITY|
|PET FRIENDLY||No Restrictions||UNIT DECOR|