33,000 square feet of leasable space

Built in 1900 to house the Spokane Club and other businesses, this building lost its upper two floors and mansard roof when it caught fire in 1939. A flat roof was built to replace the beautiful one and the squatty five-story building that remained endured through the end of the century. However, by the early 1990s, the building was derelict. It was vacant, apart from Spokane landmark Time Jewelry and generations of pigeons, and it was an eyesore. In 1992, Steve became convinced that this odd structure had potential. He purchased the Legion Building and spent two years restoring it to its original form.


Listed on the National Register of Historic Places


Listed as a contributing property in the East Downtown Historic District


Washington State’s Valerie Sivinski Award for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation Rehabilitation Projects.


108 N Washington St.
Spokane, WA

Photos by: J. Craig Sweat Photography, Inc.