In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the criteria of the National Register of Historic Places.
In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the criteria of the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.
In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the registration requirements established in the National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Listing, Seattle Apartment Buildings, 1900–1957, for a low-rise apartment block.
This Beaux Arts style multi-family building is in the Uptown neighborhood and known as the Strathmore Apartments. The building is also listed at 330 and 332 Queen Anne Avenue N. A street car line originally passed in front of building along Harrison, turning north on to Queen Anne Avenue N. The Polk directories listed the Strathmore Apartments from 1909 through 1975. O. A. Bushnell purchased the building in February of 1921.
The building offered furnished and unfurnished rooms for rent. A 1909 advertisement in the Seattle Daily Times advertised the building as “Beautiful, homelike apartments, select tenants, splendid card service, good neighborhood […].” Monthly room rents started at $25 in 1909.
The building is currently a cooperative.
City of Seattle DCLU Microfilm Records.
Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, ed., Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Guide to the Architects (Seattle, University of Washington Press: 2014), 2nd edition.
King County Property Record Card (c. 1938–1972), Washington State Archives.
Polk's Seattle Directories, 1890–1996.
Seattle Daily Times, June 25, 1909: 23.