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Renovated Labor Temple Opens as Offices

Urbanize
May 11, 2022

The Seattle Labor Temple, a historic landmark built in 1942 with an art deco facade, that was formerly home to labor union offices, has re-opened as a boutique office building.

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Seattle Labor Temple sold for over $11M; renovation planned — with no increase in height

Daily Journal of Commerce
December 16, 2020

Two years after the landmarked Seattle Labor Temple went on the market, as the DJC first reported, local company Faul announced it will buy the half-block property in Belltown. King County hasn't yet recorded a sale for the two- and three-story building at 2800 First Ave.

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Seattle Now & Then: The Labor Temple

Seattle Now & Then
October 25, 2010

Throughout the first anxious year of World War Two, the local Federation of Labor Unions completed the construction of their new Labor Temple at the northeast corner of First Avenue and Clay Street, and in the fall of 1942 the member unions – nearly 50 of them – moved to it from their old quarters here at 6th Avenue and University Street.

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