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Cornerspotted: The New & Improved Union Stables

Once a home for horses, Union Stables is now a renovated office space full of amenities

Weinstein A&U

Yesterday we asked you to guess what this building is and where it's located.

renovation-week It's the Union Stables, which was constructed in 1909 as an urban horse stable. Over the years it's been used as a parking garage, an auto body shop, and a furniture warehouse. $9.5M later, it was entirely renovated by contractor Lease Crutcher Lewis and architecture firm Weinstein A&U, both of whom are now included as the building's tenants. Gone are the horse stalls and in their place are bike storage and shower rooms. The original brick walls and timber structure remains and the original carriage door entries at the center of the main façade were retained.

· Union Livery Stables [Wiki]
· Union Stables Adaptive Re-Use [WAU]
· From hooch hideaway to high-end office, historic Seattle building is reborn [PSBJ]