The Eldridge Building - 1325 W. 1st Avenue
The Eldridge Building is located in historic Carnegie Square, at the intersection of 1st and Cedar, on the west end of Downtown Spokane. The building was constructed in 1925 as a Buick dealership and service garage. It was designed by Gustav A. Pehrson, one of Spokane’s most important architects.
Today, the Eldridge Building offers retail space at the street level, and offices on the upper floors. Current commercial tenants include Fringe and Fray, Carnegie Nail Design, Rocket Bakery, The Grain Shed, and River City Brewing Company.
The Eldridge Building is within walking distance of Downtown Spokane and Browne’s Addition. In addition to street parking, there are two adjacent parking lots, and secure rooftop parking is also available for tenants. This historic building has large factory windows which provide lots of natural light.
- Management on-site. WS Property Management’s office is in the Eldridge Building
- Off-street parking included
- Utilities included
- No CAM charges
- Upper floors are secured outside of business hours
- 24/7/365 tenant access
- 24-hour emergency number. WS Property Management has someone on call 24 hours a day to respond to urgent maintenance issues.