Small Office Spaces · 110 – 426 square feet · Top of Queen Anne Hill

The entire building, including all bathrooms, hallways and client waiting areas have been thoroughly renovated to modern standards.

  • Openable windows in each space

  • Tenant-controlled electric wall heater with thermostat in each space

  • Single-occupant bathrooms on each floor

  • Hands-free bathroom faucets and soap dispensers

  • Hands-free hand sanitizer provided in the lobby

  • Nightly janitorial service for bathrooms and common areas

  • Commonly touched surfaces disinfected daily

  • Masks required in all common areas of the building

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Office Space Details
  • All utilities included

  • Free Internet; or tenant may choose own service

  • All offices wired for Landline and Internet

  • Tenant-controlled electric heat

  • Electronic keypad locking lever handle on office door

  • Private Mailbox
Common Areas
  • 24 Hour building with secured tenant access

  • 2 Restrooms on each floor

  • Large Conference Room

  • Client waiting area off lobby

  • Parking Lot currently available at $155/mo & free on-street parking

  • Quiet dogs allowed

  • Painting of interior office walls allowed

  • Subleasing allowed with permission
  • 6-month minimum lease

Nurses relax outside the Frances Skinner Edris Nurses’ Home. Photo courtesy of

Once known as the Frances Skinner Edris Nurses home, this registered Landmark housed the nurses for the Children’s Orthopedic Hospital.

Designed by famous architect, A.H. Albertson in 1928, is a fine example of the Colonial Georgian Revival style and was constructed with concrete – even the roof is solid concrete! The exterior features red brick veneer and terracotta cornices. The interior walls were built of solid red clay tiles, plastered on both sides with concrete; and the floors were finished with oak.

The building has been renamed “Arbor Space” with respect to the giant red oak trees lining the building’s sidewalk.


Arbor Space is located on a leafy corner of Boston & 1st Ave N and offers a range of newly renovated private office spaces. Nestled at the top of Queen Anne Hill, this historic building is just steps away from bus lines, shopping, Starbucks, and restaurants. The neighborhood has the quaint feel of a little village, but it’s only a 5-minute drive to South Lake Union.

2120 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109