Building Square Footage

18,000 sf

Land Area

32,100 sf

Year Built


Project Website

The 6276 Ellis Building properties include three parcels totaling approximately .75 acres on commercially-zoned land in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. Nitze-Stagen purchased the properties in June 2018 and has implemented a building and site safety and aesthetic upgrade, including removal of hazardous materials and installation of a fire sprinkler system.

The existing 18,000 SF industrial building was constructed in 1967 and has served as a plant nursery, Acme Foods wholesaling warehouse, and most recently as Bowman-Morton Manufacturing & Machinery. This property’s current long-term tenant is the Seattle Public School System. The site is blocks from the main commercial core of Georgetown and directly east of the Charles Smith Jet City winery and Boeing Field. The commercial zoning and open space on the parcels flanking the warehouse provide numerous opportunities for redevelopment.

Georgetown has a rich diversity of building types, tenants, retail amenities and experiential opportunities, and is characterized by its gritty authenticity. It offers a contrast to traditional downtown office buildings and provides small tenants with affordable and flexible commercial space. Georgetown offers an array of amenities in a vibrant neighborhood setting, and the flexibility to think creatively about the way that buildings are used to benefit the changing needs of office, retail, and light industrial users. Georgetown is in the path of progress for Seattle’s rapidly-evolving economy, and Nitze-Stagen is committed to investing in the history of the neighborhood and its bright future.