Built in 1900 and converted to condos in the late 1980s, 80 South Jackson is a slice of Seattle history. Steps from downtown and the reinvigorated waterfront, the loft-style condo building’s units feature soaring ceilings, dark-stained wood floors and walls of vintage exposed brick and beams. Palladian windows line the walls, brining the city to your doorstep. Newer additions to some units include renovated kitchens with commercial-grade appliances and modern gas fireplaces, and all residents have access to a rooftop deck. The building features at least one penthouse home—with two bedrooms and more than 2,000 square feet. The penthouse offers a luxe primary suite that looks onto a 500-square-foot private terrace and rooftop garden. Elsewhere in the primary suite, there’s a bathroom with refurbished clawfoot tub, a sauna and walk in closet.
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