The Brew House


The Brew House was built in 1901 and is the cornerstone of the landmarked Original Rainier Brewery, located in historic Georgetown, a dynamic home to a business district that melds the arts and creative businesses with industrial enterprises. The building retains many of the graceful touches of its era, including brick walls and tall windows. New features are seismic upgrade, new wooden window frames, and elevator service.

The two upper floors, each approximately 3,000 square feet, are available just above Fran’s Chocolates new headquarters. And, for someone who wants both, a staircase connects the two floors. Access is outstanding to I-5, Highway 99/509, Airport Way, and East Marginal Way with abundant on-site parking. With the period appeal of the property, territorial views of Mount Rainier and immediate proximity to Georgetown, the Original Rainier Brewery is an ideal alternative to anyone seeking the authentic color and flavor of Seattle’s history.

As the showplace of the brewing company’s operation, The Brew House held the massive copper kettles used in the company’s final brewing process. The 4-story structure has an impressive main staircase with railings embellished with intricate iron work. This unique landmarked building can be retrofitted by Sabey to the tenant’s design to become a signature location.

For leasing information please contact:

Debbie Sabey
206 793 3059
Mikel Hansen