Formerly at 201 S King St
Seattle, WA 98104
Benaroya Hall: inspiring connections in our city through music, ideas, laughter and the arts.
Showbox SoDo Lounge is the venue's most intimate and comfortable space.
CenturyLink Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). Originally called Seahawks Stadium it became Qwest Field on June 23, 2004, when telecommunications carrier Qwest acquired the naming rights. It received its current name in June 2011 after Qwest's acquisition by CenturyLink. The complex also includes the Event Center with the WaMu Theater, a parking garage, and a public plaza. The venue hosts concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows along with sporting events. Located within a mile (1.6 km) of Seattle's central business district, the venue is accessible by multiple freeways and forms of mass transit.The stadium was built between 2000 and 2002 after voters approved funding for the construction in a statewide election held on June 17, 1997. This vote created the Washington State Public Stadium Authority to oversee public ownership of the venue. The owner of the Seahawks, Paul Allen, formed First & Goal Inc. to develop and operate the new facilities. Allen was closely involved in the design process and emphasized the importance of an open-air venue with an intimate atmosphere. The stadium is a modern facility with views of the skyline of Downtown Seattle. The stadium can seat 69,000 people.
Box House is a fun and innovative country sports bar replacing the historical Last Supper Club. Keeping the spirit of old Seattle alive, Seattle’s pubs and saloons of the Pioneer Square area in the late 1800’s were commonly referred to as “Box Houses”. The 7,500 square foot space features new custom furnishings, an inviting wrap-around bar on the main level with convenient purse hooks and outlets to charge your electronic devices, and a VIP mezzanine with its own private bar. In keeping with the country spirit, our menu features tasty BBQ, Tex-Mex and Traditional American fare. Whatever your taste buds are craving, we’ve got you covered! Our huge 15’ projection screen, over 18 large HD TVs and state of the art sound and lighting systems will assure you won’t miss any of the action. We also have special game day menus! Since Box House is only a short walk from Seattle’s stadiums, it gives fans a fun, warm, spacious environment to eat and convene before any game or match.
The Hilton Seattle a boutique-style hotel located in the heart of downtown Seattle. The hotel is close to many wonderful restaurants, premier shopping, first class entertainment and a full range of attractions. Enjoy our newly renovated rooms and a central location in the heart of downtown at Hilton Seattle, our convenient hotel in Seattle, Washington. A choice of downtown Seattle attractions are close by, including Pike Place Market, restaurants, shops and entertainment. Book your sightseeing tour, or rent a car in the hotel. If you’re in town for a conference, walk to the Washington State Convention Center via the underground concourse. Rooms begin on the 14th floor of this hotel in Seattle, so open your large bay window to let in fresh air, and enjoy a view of the city, Olympic Mountains, or partial view of Elliott Bay. Relax in your non-smoking guest room, suite or accessible room with luxurious bedding, LCD TVs and designer bath products. Your non-smoking room also features amenities such as mini-refrigerators, European adaptors and a well-lit work desk. Warm up by the fireplace while having a late-night snack and sampling brews on tap at redtrees restaurant + bar. Business travelers will appreciate the business center services, as well as being close to local companies such as Boeing, IBM, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Starbucks and Amazon. Plan a wedding or meeting in 6,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space. Utilize the expertise of our creative and attentive staff to create a memorable event at this Seattle hotel.
Located on two corners of Occidental Plaza, The London Plane is a one-stop haven for downtown residents, workers and travelers alike. We have two spaces (The London Plane and The Little London Plane). The large space on the northeast corner is The London Plane, part cafe, part specialty foods grocery, and part floral workshop. You can stop by in the morning for a coffee and a handmade croissant. Come lunchtime, enjoy an array of salads, soups, and plated lunch items. You can also pick up groceries & whole grains, a bundle of mint, a bottle of Italian olive oil, and a loaf of sourdough baked in our wholesale bakery located in the back of the building. If you’re headed to a party, there are flowers, soaps, etc. to share as a hostess or birthday gift. At the southeast corner of Occidental Plaza is our smaller space, The Little London Plane. We serve bar snacks and a list of wines and refreshments by the glass. Our shop section showcases beautiful housewares and gifts from local artists and artisans, as well as cook and design books, and a selection of wines by the bottle for takeaway. This space also hosts private gatherings, whether it be for business meetings or dinner parties. Delicious meals catered by our kitchen team will keep communication and creativity flowing.
From the creators and curators of Urban Light Studios comes a second venture into a multi-use creative space, preserving the former Elliott Bay Book Co. and turning the 122-year-old, 6000-square-foot space into an axis point for history, art, culture, photography and events. Opening July 2013 in the heart of Pioneer Square, owners and Northwest natives Kevin and Julie Law introduce AXIS Pioneer Square.
The Rainier Club is a private club in Seattle, Washington; it has been referred to as "Seattle's preeminent private club." Its clubhouse building, completed in 1904, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was founded in 1888 in what was then the Washington Territory (statehood came the following year). As of 2008, the club has 1,300 members.HistoryThe Rainier Club was first proposed at a February 23, 1888 meeting of six Seattle civic leaders; it was formally incorporated July 25, 1888. The attendees of the original meeting were J. R. McDonald, president of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway; John Leary, real estate developer and former Seattle mayor; Norman Kelly; R. C. Washburn, editor of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer; Bailey Gatzert, former mayor associated with Schwabacher's, Seattle's and the state's most prominent Jewish-owned business of the era; A. B. Stewart; and James McNaught. Other founding members were lawyer Eugene Carr, Judge Thomas Burke, and William Allison Peters.The club is named after British Admiral Peter Rainier. The name may have been chosen because of Seattle's rivalry with nearby Tacoma. Tacomans at the time were ardent in their support for the native name "Mount Tacoma" for the mountain now officially known as Mount Rainier. In 1892, the club actually sent a delegation to Washington, D.C. to argue the "Rainier" side of the case. The club's logo was modeled on that of the Union Club in Victoria, British Columbia, founded 1877.
Rental includes tables, chairs, linens. and all serving/glassware. You get all day access. There is no noise ordinance so you can party as late as you wish! Parking is easy. The venue can accommodate up to 300 guests. Ideal space for 100-180. There is room for both ceremony and reception. The rate to rent is 3$3,000 for reception and an additional 1,000 for ceremony.
For bookings and additional information please contact Marc Pospisil [email protected]
The Piranha Shop is a vibrant creative space located in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood. A cultural hub and private event venue, The Piranha Shop is Seattle’s premier DIY location. With a unique aesthetic and vision we pride ourselves on being able to curate some of the Northwest’s most prominent shows while maintaining a cool professionalism that caters to our private event clients. Join our school.
Harbor Club Seattle is a Private Business & Social Club located in the heart of Seattle's financial district on the 17th floor of the Norton Building.
Columbia Centre là một toàn nhà cao tầng tại trung tâm thành phố Seatle, tiểu bang Washington, Hoa Kỳ. Tòa nhà này được xây xong năm 1991. Columbia Centre có chiều cao 285 m, 76 tầng. Tòa nhà này được thiết kế bởi Chester L. Lindsey Architects, một đơn vị cũng thiết kế Fourth and Blanchard Building ở Belltown và được nhà thầu Howard S. Wright Construction Co thi công. Đến năm 2008, đây là tòa nhà cao thứ 51 thế giới.
Come visit Columbia Center's Sky View Observatory for a spectacular view. We are open 7 days a week 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The fee is $14.75 for adults and $9 for seniors, military, students and children six to twelve. It is free for children five and under. Twitter: @ColumbiaSkyView Instagram: @SkyViewObservatory Sky View Observatory Cafe: Come vista us for happy hour between 3-6pm. Enjoy $1 off taps and house wine, and $2 off our Signature Mezze Plate. Menu and information: http://www.ravishingradish.com/skyviewcafe.html Sky View Observatory Events: The Sky View Observatory offers a one-of-a-kind event space in the highest public observatory in the Pacific Northwest, with award-winning, full-service catering from Ravishing Radish Catering. Whether it’s an intimate wedding, a cocktail party, or a corporate event, the Observatory and Ravishing Radish will meet every event need. Seated events for up to 75 and stand-up, reception-style events for up to 100. Contact us today to plan your event: 206.860.7449 | [email protected] The 76- story Columbia Center has been a landmark of the Seattle skyline since its opening in 1985. It was formerly known as the Bank of America Tower and Columbia Seafirst Center. This Seattle landmark is the tallest building in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest region. Reaching heights of 284.2 m (932 ft) it is nearly twice the size of the Space Needle, and at one point it was the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi River! It is currently the fourth tallest building west of the Mississippi, the second tallest building on the West Coast, and the twentieth tallest building in the United States. It contains seventy-six stories of class-A office and retail space and six stories of subterranean parking, making it the building with the most stories west of the Mississippi. Building Facts: •Architect: Chester Lindsey •Cost of Construction: $285 million •Construction Time: 2 years •Tallest building, by number of stories, west of the Mississippi River •76 stories above Fourth Avenue •943 feet (295 meters) tall at Fourth Avenue (nearly twice the height of the Space Needle) •1,049 feet (328 meters) above sea level •1.5 million rentable square feet office and retail space •6 levels of subterranean parking with 705 parking spaces Retail Atrium: •Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 with approx. 144,000 rentable square feet of shops, with approx. 173,000 square feet of public arcade •6 escalators connect retail levels with building lobby •The Atrium is connected to two other high-rise buildings via a pedestrian tunnel on the Level 2 Occupancy: •Approximately 5,000 people work at Columbia Center (when fully occupied) •Approximately 2,000 people visit the building every business day
La Biblioteca Centrale di Seattle è la struttura più importante del sistema bibliotecario pubblico di Seattle. L'edificio, alto 11 piani e realizzato in vetro e acciaio, fu aperto al pubblico il 23 maggio 2004. La biblioteca ha una superficie di 34.000 m2 e può contenere fino a un milione e quattrocentocinquantamila libri. Nel primo anno di apertura fu visitata da oltre 2 milioni di persone.StoriaSin dal 1891 c'è sempre stata una biblioteca nel centro di Seattle, tuttavia inizialmente questa non aveva degli spazi dedicati e fu spesso costretta a cambiare edificio. La Seattle Carnegie Library fu la prima biblioteca permanente ad essere collocata in un edificio specifico; inizialmente aveva una superficie di 5100 m2 e fu ingrandita nel 1946. Nonostante i lavori di espansione, la biblioteca si rivelò progressivamente troppo piccola per una città che, nel frattempo, aveva aumentato notevolmente la popolazione. Una seconda biblioteca di 19.100 m2 fu costruita al posto della vecchia Carnegie Library nel 1960 ma verso la fine degli anni '90 anche questa nuova biblioteca cominciò ad essere troppo piccola e iniziarono i progetti per costruirne una nuova.Realizzazione e DesignI fondi per la costruzione della nuova biblioteca furono trovati tramite l'emissione di una obbligazione per un valore complessivo di 196,4 milioni di dollari, inoltre anche Bill Gates, fondatore della Microsoft contribuì con 20 milioni di dollari. L'edificio fu progettato da Rem Koolhaas e Joshua Prince-Ramus in collaborazione con lo studio di architetti di Seattle LMN Architects. La biblioteca fu concepita come un'opera di celebrazione dei libri e la sua forma dall'esterno è inusuale poiché si è scelto di assoggettare la struttura dell'edificio alle funzioni che dovevano essere svolte all'interno piuttosto che il contrario.
Crossfit Fundamentals (Intro to group classes) Tuesday/Thursday 6:00pm Group classes: Monday/Wednesday 7/11 am; 4/5/6 pm Tuesday/Thursday 7/11am; 5/6pm Friday 7/11am; 4pm Saturday 9:00am
The University Street Station is a Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel Station located under Third Avenue between Union and Seneca Streets in Downtown Seattle. Sound Transit's Central Link light rail trains serve this station alongside King County Metro and Sound Transit Express buses. It is completely underground, with entrances in the 1201 Third Avenue Tower (Third Ave. & Seneca St.), the Cobb Building parking garage (Third Ave. & University St.), Benaroya Hall (Third Ave. & University St.) and a wheelchair accessible walkway to Second Avenue and University Street. 7,900 daily light rail boardings are predicted for the year 2020.The Second Avenue and University Street entry passage includes wall tiles with music-related inscriptions.Suggestions have been made to change the name of the station to "Benaroya Hall" or "Symphony" due to possible confusion with University of Washington and U District stations.
Welcome to Miners Landing on Pier 57, home of The Seattle Great Wheel. With great dining, shopping, and unique experiences on Seattle’s famous waterfront, this is the first place to visit on your next trip. Thank you for visiting and sharing your good times on The Seattle Great Wheel! PAGE RULES: This page is a place for our fans. However, we do need to have certain rules. Please be aware that we must reserve the right to remove any posting or other material that we find off-topic, inappropriate, or objectionable, or that we deem to be an unsolicited idea submission.
Qwest Plaza, now officially known as 1600 Seventh, is a 32-story, 152m skyscraper in Seattle, Washington, completed in 1976 and designed by John Graham & Company. As of 2012 it is the 14th tallest building in the city. Qwest Plaza was originally known as the Pacific Northwest Bell Building, and later 1600 Bell Plaza, and US West Communications.In April 2012, a year after acquiring Qwest Communications, Centurylink sold the Bell Plaza/Qwest Plaza property to New York real estate investment firm Clarion Partners for $137 million and is now leasing floors 3–15 to Centurylink and floors 16–32 to Nordstrom (floor 18 is currently occupied by The Urban Renaissance Group). Centurylinks NW Regional President, Brian Stading issued a statement claiming that the tower was not a fundamental component of their business strategy. Seattle real estate company, The Urban Renaissance Group, represented Clarion in the sale and will operate the building for the new owner.
You and eleven other people are trapped in a room. As you look around you start to notice strange messages—or are they clues?—hidden around the room. Can you and your friends solve the series of puzzles, find the key, and get out within an hour? Based on popular room escape video games, you now have an opportunity to flex your mental muscles in America's original immersive puzzle escape experience!