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        United States Courthouse

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        Identification

        United States Courthouse
        the William Kenzo Nakamura US Courthouse
        137969

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        Structure in General

        high-rise building
        existing [completed]
        concrete
        terra-cotta
        exposed structure
        white
        art deco

        Usages

        governmental office

        Facts

        • The Courthouse occupies an entire city block.
        • The facility was full to capacity in 1987.
        • First building in the West designed exclusively as a Federal Courthouse, and only the second, single-use Federal Courthouse constructed in the United States.
        • This site was previously occupied by the first Sisters of Providence Hospital, designed and built in 1882 by Mother Joseph with Donald MacKay.
        • Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

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        Location

        1000-1024 Fifth Avenue
        500-524 Madison Street, 501-525 Spring Street, 1001-1025 Sixth Avenue
        1010 Fifth Avenue, bounded by Fifth & Sixth avenues and Spring & Madison streets
        98104-1195
        Seattle
        Washington
        U.S.A.

        Technical Data

        175.00 ft
        220.00 ft
        104.00 ft
        12
        1939
        Aug 1940
        2008
        $1,707,000

        Involved Companies


        Gilbert Stanley Underwood
        Louis A. Simon

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        2008


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        Features & Amenities

        • City landmark
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