Number of floors: 4 Number of units: 37 Amenities: Secured entry, lobby, courtyard, access
to nearby parking garage Completed: Colonial in 1901, Grand Pacific reopened in 1902 following the Great Seattle Fire (originally built in late 1890′s). Pet Friendly: Yes
The Colonial Grand Pacific Condominium is located in downtown’s West Edge neighborhood and is comprised of two historic buildings constructed at the turn of the 20th century – the Colonial Hotel and the red brick Grand Pacific Hotel. The Grand Pacific is designed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style.
Homes in the mix-use buildings surround a central interior courtyard and consists of flats and two-story townhomes. Parking is not available within the building, but a skybridge links the Colonial Grand Pacific to an adjacent parking garage that is available for a minimal monthly fee.
Situated between Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market, residents enjoy the convenience of shopping, dining, art and entertainment opportunities within blocks of their front door.