The Safeco Plaza Building is a Seattle landmark office building. Opened in 1969, the Seattle high rise stands 50 stories tall, once towering over the downtown skyline and ranked second as the tallest structure in the Western United States. Originally designed by Naramore, Bain, Bray and Johnson, the Safeco Plaza Building opened shortly after the building of Seattle’s Space Needle and became known as “the box the Space Needle came in”. One of the building’s distinctive features is a Henry Moore sculpture titled “Three Piece Sculpture: Vertebrae 1968” located on the Plaza. Today, the Safeco Plaza Building offers tenants Class A Seattle office space with a piece of the city’s history in the heart of Seattle’s central business district.
Safeco Plaza is located on a full city block at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street. When renting office space the building amenities include underground, secure parking, a full-service bank, a U.S. Post Office, a dry cleaner, and restaurants. A fitness center is also available for our tenants to use at no additional charge. Hotels, restaurants, shopping, business and government services such as the public library and the United States Courthouse are all within walking distance. Convenient commuter access to the building includes easy freeway access along Madison and Spring Streets. There is also public transportation to all suburbs within a two-block radius.
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