This property has been altered. Based on field examination conducted in January - February 2014, this property exhibits poor physical integrity and does not exhibit significant historic building fabric or features. Based on preliminary research and comparison with other extant and similar properties, it does not appear to possess significant historical associations or design attributes.
This small commercial building originally served as a warehouse and wholesale sales operation and was constructed in 1968 for Keystone, Inc. The Seattle Times reported on 6-26-1968 (p.56) that the facility was being constructed for $100,000. Tax records indicate that the architect was Ken Ripley. Keyston, Inc. was a wholesale distributor of upholstery fabrics, vinyl-coated fabrics and cushion materials throughout the PNW. The building was subsequently used as a food processing plant for Liberty Farms.