Properties Seattle Times Classified Advertisements, With Microsoft being so close, much of that area is not too surprisingly very pro-Wintel. Thanks to Observer Herman for writing in about this!
The main entry is in the center of the south facing facade. Xlassified This two-story commercial building is rectangular in plan, measuring feet by feet and divided into 13 small offices off a double-loaded corridor on the ground floor and 16 small offices off a double-located corridor on the second floor.
The building is clad in painted brick with a wide, slightly overhanging horizontally clad parapet band at the roofline. A small surface parking lot is located on the irregular, east side of the site and on street parking is afforded along the north swattle south sides.
If you need additional info, please call Status:. Observer Herman sent us an add from the Seattle Times that surely annoys the Wintel heavy city near Microsoft's headquarters. Detail for this site is under review and the displayed data may not be fully up to date. A gutsy move by some Mac loving folks at The Seattle Times, to be sure.
You can pick up a copy of the Seattle Times at a bunker near you. A planted strip at the building perimeter features mature shrubs and small trees. Bibliographic References: R. The building is currently called the Stewart-John Building.
This is even more fun than the press release Microsoft recently ran touting the choice between Windows and greater reliabilitya choice most of you reading this article made long ago. Properties, Dec.
The building is set back slightly from the sidewalk. Tall, narrow window bays on all facades are accentuated by double-height brick-clad piers dividing the rectangular, aluminum frame windows with wide horizontal spandrels between the two floors. The newspaper has been running an ad since late last year according claswified Herman, that offers a none-too-subtle poke at Windows and a plug for the iMac at the same time.