Mount Baker Block Building
The century old Mount Baker Block Building, located in historic downtown Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula in the State of Washington, features 50,000 square feet of office, financial and retail space. It is located on Water and Taylor Street, which is the busiest and most popular intersection in the city.
Built by Port Townsend's first mayor, Charles Eisenbeis, the Mount Baker Block Building is Port Townsend's tallest building with a handicapped accessable elevator. Situated in the heart of a Victorian era downtown, it offers spectacular panoramic views, a virtual high tech environment and proximity to a full range of support businesses and transportation corridors. It is ideally suited for today's high technology industries, with lease rates less than half of metropolitan Seattle areas.
The Mount Baker Block Building of Port Townsend, Washington is adjacent to distinctive restaurants, quaint accommodations and theaters and is surrounded by prime retail neighborhoods.
Located on the Olympic Peninsula, only two hours away from Seattle and Sea-Tac International Airport, Port Townsend boasts a quality of life unsurpassed in the Pacific Northwest. Surrounded by two mountain ranges and flanked by the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Port Townsend (population 9300) offers scenic beauty, an affordable lifestyle and a mild climate with an annual rainfall of only 19 inches.