Step Inside an Historic Treasure
An ambassador, a diplomat, even some of Seattle’s most celebrated artists have called The Marlborough home. Built in 1928 by architect Earl W. Morrison, the building was one of the first residential high-rises to grace the Seattle skyline. Designed in the Gothic Revival tradition, the elaborate terra cotta and golden brick facade stands a proud reminder of Seattle’s heritage… and an exciting promise of something new.
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