In 1889, Seattle’s Great Fire leveled the Pioneer Square neighborhood, destroying the original wooden structures of the city’s first central business district. A few years later, in 1891, architects Elmer Fisher and Emil DeNeuf began their work on the building at 606 Post Ave. Originally constructed as the Fisher and McDonald Wholesale Store and built in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, the building—eventually called the Post Hotel—was completed in 1892. Today, the historic space is a four-story condo building with 10 units. The Post Hotel is located steps from the new-and-improved central waterfront, near sports stadiums, downtown, Pike Place Market, restaurants and coffee shops, art galleries, and much more. The building boasts a secure lobby and key-access elevator.
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