Piers 55 & 56 - Central Waterfront

 

BuildingS

Size: Pier 55 - 29,763 SF and Pier 56 - 57,635 SF                 Floors: Two ( 2 ) stories

Built: 1900                   Renovated: Pier 55 - 2000 and Pier 56 - 1907, 1927 & 2000

Design

Exterior: Heavy timber construction on pilings

Floors: Pier 55 - approximately 14,000 SF and Pier 56 - approximately 27,000 SF

Elevators: One ( 1 ) passenger elevator on each Pier

Description

The Piers consist of a wood framed structure built on wood planked pilings. They are host to multiple retail tenants including Elliott's Oyster House, Argosy Cruises, Frankly Sweets, Red Robin and Starbucks. Office tenants include Argosy Cruises and world-renowned Mithun architectural firm.  Parking is available on the Piers and in nearby parking garages and surface parking lots that service the waterfront district.

Seattle's downtown waterfront has experienced a steady evolution from its industrial roots to a thriving corridor of retail, office, residential and tourist-oriented uses today. A prime retail location of choice, the waterfront is also rapidly becoming a desirable office location, with companies continuing to stake out spaces in waterfront piers. Waterfront amenities, both public and private, have greatly increased to respond to this versatile area.