Cornerspotter is the Curbed Seattle feature in which we show you a historical photo taken somewhere in the city and you identify the location. Impress fellow Curbed readers with your knowledge by leaving guesses in the comments or send them to our tipline: firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll post the answer on Monday. And hey: no cheating!
Photo: Seattle Municipal Archives
Pictured in 1969, this Fire Station was built in 1911, designed in a modified Germanic style evident by its stepped gables, large overhanging eaves, and wooden brackets on the sides of the building. It was made for horse-drawn fire wagons and therefore no surprise that it's no longer in service, thought it was in continuous use for 63 years--longer than any other fire station in Seattle. These days it's used as a restaurant and offices. Any idea what's in the building these days?