Newmark Tower is just steps away from Pike Place Market and Seattle’s urban core. Originally, a J.C. Penny’s department store before being renovated into 92,000 feet of office space. The original apartments were converted to condominiums in 1993. The office is now home to a future Target department store. The 24 story tower features a concierge service, indoor pool, spa, gym, business center, party room and spacious view decks with BBQ areas. All rooms include parking and extra storage. Homes are comprised of studios, 1-bedrooms and 2-bedrooms. Floorplans range from 550 to 1,100 square feet. Some units have decks that connect the living room to the bedroom. Views once included the Space Needle, Elliott Bay and stunning sunsets. Now many views have been obstructed by the new Four Seasons to the west and Fifteen Twenty-One tower to the north. The symphony hall, art museum, dining, shopping, and the Pike Place market are just steps away.
Intrawest and architects Skidmore, Owings and Merrill built the 24-story apartment tower with McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.. The tower was later converted to office and residential spaces for sale in 1993 by HAL Real Estate Investments, Intracorp and Callison Architecture.