Seattle Municipal Tower
Structure in general
- An onramp to I-5 Northbound Express lanes passes directly underneath the building.
- Built and opened as the AT&T Gateway Tower.
- Sold in January, 1996 for US$120 million.
- The official name changed from Key Tower to Seattle Municipal Tower on May 17, 2004.
- Advertised as a 62-story building, yet this figure counts all levels from below grade to the top, including the attached above ground parking garage.
- The first floor of offices is numbered the 16th floor and in actual fact is separated from the main lobby floor by just one mechanical level.
- Standing above the lobby, mechanical, and parking levels are 42 typical office floors capped by 5 floors housed in the unique rooftop.
- Connected to the Civic Center campus.
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