Safeco Plaza, previously 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza and the Seattle-First National Bank Building, is a 50-story, 630 ft (190 m) skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. The building is referred to by locals as "The Box the Space Needle Came In". When the tower was completed in 1969 for Seattle First National Bank, it dwarfed Smith Tower, which had reigned as downtown's tallest building since 1914, and edged out the Space Needle (built in 1962) in Seattle Center by 25 ft (7.6 m) to become the tallest structure in the city. It was the first class-A office building in Seattle.

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  • Safeco Plaza, anteriormente conocido como 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza y el Seattle-First National Bank Building, es un rascacielos de 50 plantas y 192 metros ubicado en el centro de Seattle, Washington. Los locales se refieren a este edificio como «la caja en la que vino el Space Needle». Cuando la torre estuvo completada en 1969, sobrepasó Smith Tower, que había reinado en el centro de la ciudad como el edificio más alto desde 1914, y superó el Space Needle (1962) ubicado en Seattle Center por 8 metros. Fue el primer edificio de oficinas clase A de Seattle. Safeco, una compañía de seguros, arrendó el mayo de edificio el 23 de mayo de 2006 para ser su sede corporativa, y lo rebautizó como Safeco Plaza. (es)
  • Safeco Plaza, previously 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza and the Seattle-First National Bank Building, is a 50-story, 630 ft (190 m) skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. The building is referred to by locals as "The Box the Space Needle Came In". When the tower was completed in 1969 for Seattle First National Bank, it dwarfed Smith Tower, which had reigned as downtown's tallest building since 1914, and edged out the Space Needle (built in 1962) in Seattle Center by 25 ft (7.6 m) to become the tallest structure in the city. It was the first class-A office building in Seattle. Safeco Insurance Company of America leased 284,000 square feet (26,400 m2) of the building on May 23, 2006 to be its headquarters, moving from offices in the University District and Redmond, and renamed it Safeco Plaza. The company announced in 2015 that it would consolidate its offices into the tower, increasing its lease from 17 to 26 floors. On July 6, 2016, it was reported that German firm GLL Real Estate Partners GmbH agreed to buy the building for $387 million. The tower had previously been sold in 2005 to CalPERS and Hines for $163 million. (en)
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  • Safeco Plaza, anteriormente conocido como 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza y el Seattle-First National Bank Building, es un rascacielos de 50 plantas y 192 metros ubicado en el centro de Seattle, Washington. Los locales se refieren a este edificio como «la caja en la que vino el Space Needle». Cuando la torre estuvo completada en 1969, sobrepasó Smith Tower, que había reinado en el centro de la ciudad como el edificio más alto desde 1914, y superó el Space Needle (1962) ubicado en Seattle Center por 8 metros. Fue el primer edificio de oficinas clase A de Seattle. (es)
  • Safeco Plaza, previously 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza and the Seattle-First National Bank Building, is a 50-story, 630 ft (190 m) skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. The building is referred to by locals as "The Box the Space Needle Came In". When the tower was completed in 1969 for Seattle First National Bank, it dwarfed Smith Tower, which had reigned as downtown's tallest building since 1914, and edged out the Space Needle (built in 1962) in Seattle Center by 25 ft (7.6 m) to become the tallest structure in the city. It was the first class-A office building in Seattle. (en)
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