Post Mews- 611 Post Ave

IMG_0629Located on Post Alley just half a block east of 1st Avenue and Yesler Street in Pioneer Square, Post Mews discretely conceals seven unique live/work “use” homes, most of which are two-stories with complimenting private outdoor terraces. Concealed by commercial and retail spaces fronting Yesler, travelers from the gold rush knew it as the Elgin Hotel. Built by architect Albert Wickersham in 1913, he was a traveler himself arriving in Seattle in 1988 as a representative for architect A.B. Jennings from New York. Today those early days are still present as you walk down the original brick pathway and sprawling vines that hug the brick facade. Post Mews is another one of a handful of addresses that are likely to see a climatic increase in value in the years to come as the demolition of the HWY 99 viaduct continues and opens up downtown’s waterfront as Post Mew’s front porch.

Building: Post Mews
Address: 611 Post Ave
City: Seattle
State: WA
ZIP: 98104

Units: 7
Stories: 2
Exterior: Brick
Parking: None
Pets: Territorial