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Summary for 106 Lenora ST / Parcel ID 1977200735 / Inv #

Historic Name: Trading Post - garage Common Name: DKA Planning & Design
Style: Commercial Neighborhood: Belltown
Built By: Year Built: 1920
This building looks like a separate building, but it is the rear (east) portion of the retail building at 2100 1st Avenue. It served originally as q garage, with the entry at the north end on 1st Avenue. It was designed in 1920 by architect K. Hamilton Rowe for owner Zbinden and Gerbel. In 1937 the primary tenant was a second-hand store, the Trading Post, in the corner location; this was later a garage for Standard Furniture. In 1987 the garage area was converted to office use, with large display windows.

Detail for 106 Lenora ST / Parcel ID 1977200735 / Inv #

Status: No - Altered
Classication: Building District Status:
Cladding(s): Brick Foundation(s): Concrete - Poured
Roof Type(s): Flat with Parapet Roof Material(s): Unknown
Building Type: Commercial/Trade - Specialty store Plan: Rectangular
Structural System: Masonry - Unreinforced No. of Stories: two
Unit Theme(s): Commerce
Changes to Windows: Extensive
Changes to Original Cladding: Moderate
Changes to Plan: Moderate
Major Bibliographic References
Polk's Seattle Directories, 1890-1996.
King County Tax Assessor Records, ca. 1932-1972.
City of Seattle, Department of Planning and Development, Microfilm Records.

Photo collection for 106 Lenora ST / Parcel ID 1977200735 / Inv #

Photo taken Jul 05, 2006
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