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About this property
The Cobb was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and carefully renovated in 2005. With a gorgeous Beaux Arts façade and art deco interiors, The Cobb Building is a one-of-a-kind Seattle icon. Designed by architectural firm, Howell & Stokes in 1909 as part of Seattle’s Metropolitan Tract, The Cobb was the west coast’s first building designed for physicians and dentists and its rooftop garden became a major tourist attraction for locals and visitors alike. Today, it is the only original building on the tract that remains. Inside, unique gems of design, such as the relief of Hippocrates, Terra Cota Native Americans, and ornately carved marble features on the 10th floor, integrate seamlessly with the building’s updated features. Together, these elements lend The Cobb a unique and unparalleled level of sophistication. Apartment features include dark oak wood floors in herringbone pattern, tall ceilings, solid mahogany doors, oversized fully-opening windows, mobile kitchen islands with slab granite, extra large stainless refrigerators and freezers, modern gas cooking ranges, solid cherry cabinetry, kohler fixtures, full size washer and dryer, walk-in closets, and stately soft colored blinds.