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Built simply of poured-in-place concrete and old-growth timber, the Buck Building originally produced steel for the U.S. military maritime fleet. Restored in 2001 with additional improvements made in 2013, Buck retains its original floor, windows and 40-foot tall bow truss ceiling. Today, the Buck Building is home to a digital agency, experience design firm, an educational software developer and more.

 

 

55,700

TOTAL SQ FT

 

5

spaces

 

2,170

GLASS PANES IN ORIGINAL STEEL SASH WINDOWS

 

81

OLD-GROWTH LUMBER COLUMNS

 

2

ORIGINAL BANK VAULTS

 

9

16’ TALL BAY DOORS

 

 


Space 1

18,200 sq ft

3 Bathrooms

2 Kitchens

3 Recessed bays

20’ Ceiling

2 JIB CRANES

 

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SPACE 2

3,400 sq ft

2 Bathrooms

2 Skylights

20’ Ceiling

 

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SPACE 3

20,400 sq ft

5 Bathrooms

1 Shower

1 Wet bar

2 Floors

4 Bay doors

40’ Bow truss ceiling

 

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SPACE 4

7,400 sq ft

2 Bathrooms

2 Showers

1 Bay door

20’ ceiling

 

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Space 5

5,800 sq ft

3 Bathrooms

1 Shower

2 Vaults

2 Floors

12’ ceiling

3 skylights

 

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