Commercial Space With Incredible Views Along The Seattle Waterfront
For its first 98 years, Pier 70 played an active role in Seattle’s working waterfront as a bustling warehouse and port of call for trade from all over the world. In 1999, Pier 70 underwent a major renovation, beginning a new phase as a landmark office building and waterfront dining destination.
Today, Pier 70 continues to operate as a commercial office building with amazing views of the Seattle waterfront and occupies retail tenants including AQUA by El Gaucho, Pub 70, and Uptown Espresso.
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Everything You Want!
- Asking Rate: $26.00 – $30.00/SF, NNN
- 2,738 SF – 9,742 SF Available
- On-Site Parking at 1/1,000 SF
- Direct Stairway Access To The Premises
- High, Open Ceilings With Exposed Old Growth Timber
- Incredible Waterfront Views
- Direct Access To The 20-Acre Waterfront Revitalization
- Unaffected By The Waterfront Construction
- Year Built: 1902
- Major Renovation: 1999
- Parking Ratio: 1/1,000
- Building Type: Office
- Building Class: B
- Floors: 3
- Typical Floor: 30,000 SF
- Total: 106,241 SF
- Office: 90,000 SF
- Retail: 15,000 SF
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Enjoy the excitement and convenience of Seattle’s historic waterfront neighborhood. From the stunning all-season views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay to the short walk from the Seattle Center and Space Needle, and steps away from the Olympic Sculpture Park entrance, you’ll love this location!
In addition to Pier 70’s colorful maritime history, this beautiful waterfront location earned national attention when it became the residence for the cast and set of Real World Seattle, the seventh season of MTV’s hit reality show. The Seattle location premiered on June 16, 1998 and ran for 20 episodes. Soon after the last episode was filmed, the Pier underwent a major renovation, leaving only a few hints of the TV series.