Pioneer Square Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Studio Loft Located In The Heart Of Historic Pioneer Square, Seattle
The State Hotel Studio is offered for the first time as a vacation rental. This studio faces busy First Avenue, full of world class restaurants, night clubs, shops and art galleries. It can be loud at night as live music is part of the charm of the neighborhood. ( ear plugs provided ! )The studio features dramatic 14 foot ceilings and a 12 foot arched window, an open 790 Square foot floor plan with wood floors and brick walls.
The living room is set with comfortable chenille covered down cushioned, full size couch, love seat , ottoman and another side chair. The dining areas has an antique wood table with 4 chairs. Sony 48' Smart TV. Broadcast and Netflix Movies. There is a washer/dryer hidden behind a black lacquer Chinese screen.
There is a King bed, with linens. A separate kitchen with gas stove , full size fridge/freezer, dishwasher and is fully stocked with pots, pans and dishes for cooking and dining. The bathroom has a tub/shower, with shampoo , soaps , towels, robes and slippers, hairdryer, mirror, toilet and vanity with storage.
This classic structure was the first building completed after the great Seattle Fire of 1889. The State Hotel was named for the year Washington Territory became Washington State.
The State Hotel sign in the building is the second most photographed sign in Seattle.
There are seven permitted Live/Work Lofts on the upper floors. The Lofts range in size from 784 sq.ft. to 2,494 sq.ft
The State Hotel Building is a mixed-use building on the National Historic Register and the in the Pioneer Square Preservation area.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- not suitable for children
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Bonnie McCallister
My Husband and I are both natives of Seattle and proud to be owners of such a wonderful historic building.
Bonnie McCallister purchased this apartment in 1990
Why Bonnie McCallister chose Pioneer Square
We bought the building when it was run down and we have restored it to modern living standards. We have lived and worked in Pioneer Square over the past 30 years. Right now is the most exciting time, for Pioneer Square and it's great to see all the new shops and restaurants and new neighbors moving to the Square. The Viaduct being removed will transform the area and connect Pioneer Square to the waterfront.
What makes this apartment unique
The State Hotel was built in 1889, after the great Seattle fire and named for the year that Washingtion went from being a Territory to becoming a State. Don't miss hearing about the unique history of Pioneer Square on the Seattle Underground Tour. It will be a highlight of your visit to Seattle. The tour talks about the State Hotel and it's famous 'Rooms 75 Cents' sign.
Guestbook comments from the manager
My wife and I spent two nights in Bonnie's Loft. It was amazing. The restaurant under the loft was one of Bonnie's recommendations and it didn't disappoint. The windows looking out on to the street were so cool and Bonnie gave us a little history of the building upon arrival. I hope this place is available next time
we're in Seattle.