The Linda Ray

213 1st Ave S  Seattle, WA 98104

Phone Number (206) 778-6642 (206) 778-6642

Beds Penthouse,Studio Penthouse,Studio

Linda Ray Apartments dates from 1889 and was known as the Branagan-Smith Building from 1889 to 1916. The building was commissioned by Matthew Branagan, a building and street contractor and by James M. Smith, a saloon keeper. At some point, the building may also have housed or have been called the Luck Hotel. By 1918, the hotel was known as the Rocker Hotel. The composition of its façade and many of its architectural elements are typical of brick buildings erected in what became the Pioneer Square-Skid Road National Historic District, right after the Fire of 1889.  This building has retained its cast-iron cornice, all the brick decorative elements of its upper floors and the main decorative elements above its storefront.  Today the building is a 14 Unit multifamily apartment complex with a 2000 sq/ft retail/restaurant space on street level.  4 penthouse units are two storied with spiral staircases with each having their own private roof top decks that have a sweeping view of the city.  The remaining units vary in size but all have spacious studio/flat layouts with vaulted ceilings, exposed brick interior, and oversized windows.

Community Features:

Pet Friendly

On-Site Washer & Dryer

Public Transit - Walking Distance

24-Hour Emergency Maintenance

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