Two Pine Building

This occupied commercial office building renovation took place over multiple phases in this downtown, 10 story, 120,000 square foot, high-rise building. Originally opened as the Standard Furniture Company building, it is one of Seattle’s first reinforced concrete structures.


Seattle, WA
2017, 2019, 2021
LBA Realty
Olson Kundig
LBA Realty / Creoworks

The building was built in 1906 and was designed by architect Augustus Warren Gouldand.

Phase 1

Phase 1 included interior core & shell upgrades in the basement and levels 1-3 for new building amenities for future tenants including a new grocery store and two new retail spaces. This work included installation of:

    • A new escalator
    • A new steel feature staircase
    • 3 elevator modernizations
    • New fire alarm system
    • New electrical service, service gear, and distribution to all 10 floors.

This phase also included seismic retrofit with 3 brace frames on 3 elevations (levels 1, 2, and 3) and the underside of 4 floors.

Phase 2 consisted of reclad at levels 1-3 with a steel and curtain wall system.

Repairs to the building’s concrete façades as well as interior office space work included demolition of floors 4 through 10, followed by a surface refresh of the 8th floor, with restroom and kitchen upgrades, as a showcase floor for the building’s owner to market their potential office spaces.

Phase 3

Phase 3 included the creation of 3 new office suites on the 5th floor including a kitchen and conference room with a rotating wall feature in each suite. The 8th floor also received 3 new offices, 2 new conference rooms with rotating wall features, and a new IT room.

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