~ 2014 Tenant Appreciation ~

Medical Dental Building

July 24, 2014

2014 TT Apprec

We’d like to say THANK YOU to all of our Tenant’s who came out to the ~ 2014 Tenant Appreciation ~  in our Winter Garden!
We had a wonderful time seeing everyone today and we hope that you all enjoyed the spread catered by Seasoned in Seattle! 🙂

Until next time….

Top Doctor 2014

Medical Dental Building

July 8, 2014

TopDoc14The Medical Dental Building was a proud sponsor of Seattle Magazine’s annual Top Doctor Event which honors Seattle’s top voted physicians for 2014.   This year’s event was held at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Seattle’s South Lake Union area the evening of Thursday, June 26, 2014.  Several of Polyclinics highly established Doctors were recognized for their efforts in their community and “Hall of Fame” honors for being recognizes by their peers for over decade. Two of Medical Dental Buildings own doctors were on the list of Seattle’s Top Doc for 2014.

Congrats to ALL of the Seattle’s Top Doctors of 2014!

Happy 100th Birthday Smith Tower!


July 1, 2014


When the Space Needle pierced the Seattle skyline in 1962, it became (at 605 feet) the tallest building on the West Coast—wresting that title from the Smith Tower, which had held the lofty designation (at 489 feet) since opening on July 4, 1914. Until that wasp-waisted whippersnapper showed up, it was the Smith Tower that beckoned tourists to Seattle, with an astonishing 42 stories, an observation deck and the exotic Chinese Room. The two white architectural icons now stand at opposite ends of downtown (bookending many newer, shinier, taller buildings), the one at the north flamboyantly futuristic, and the one at the south stately, harking back to a more formal age. A dead ringer for New York City’s Metropolitan Life tower (1909), ours was built thanks to funding from shotgun and typewriter magnate Lyman Cornelius Smith. Its standout feature is a Gothic pyramid cap (currently a killer private apartment). Although it doesn’t make it onto as many postcards as the Needle, the building has stood sentry for a century, holding steady even through the 7.1 magnitude earthquake of 1949.

The centennial festivities will be understated—a time capsule will be secreted away for another 100 years, and on July 4, visitors will be transported via old-school elevator (complete with attendant) to the observation deck for the original admission price: 25 cents. Open daily 10 a.m.–dusk. 506 Second Ave.; 206.622.4004; smithtower.com 

Video Link: http://www.king5.com/on-tv/evening-magazine


Smith Tower | 100 Years

In the Neighborhood, Tenant Events

June 25, 2014

ToM_Blog-Banner_smith 100 yearsTo celebrate 100 grand years, the Smith Tower wants to honor your memories of the building over the last century.  Whether you had office space in the Smith Tower, visited the Chinese Room & Observation Deck, or simply took a picture of the building while walking by, we want you to share your special memory of the Smith Tower.  One winner will be chosen in each of these four categories:

  • Student Scholarship Photograph (must be able to prove college enrollment in Fall 2014)
  • Exterior Building Photograph
  • Interior Public Space or Office Space Photograph
  • Written Memory (may accompany a photograph)

Submissions will be accepted at SmithTower.com from June 1 – June 30.  The Smith Tower Management staff will select the first round of photos and written memories, which will be posted to the Smith Tower Facebook Page for public voting on July 1.  The photo or memory with the most likes in each category by July 18 will be selected as the winner in each respective category.  Please read the full Terms and Conditions of the Tower of Memories Scholarship and Contest prior to entering.


Scholarship & Prizes

Each winning photo and memory will be featured on the Smith Tower website, in the Management Office and Chinese Room & Observation Deck, and in Smith Tower’s 100th Anniversary time capsule.  The winner of the student category will receive a $2,000 scholarship to apply to their college education.  Winners from the remaining categories will receive:

  • $500 American Express gift card
  • limited-edition 100th Anniversary Smith Tower memorabilia
  • two (2) lifetime passes to the Chinese Room & Observation Deck


About Smith Tower

Opened on July 4, 1914, Smith Tower has served as a symbol of growth and prosperity in Seattle over the last 100 years.  Located in the heart of Pioneer Square, this 42-story building was once the tallest west of the Mississippi, and remained the tallest building on the West Coast until the Space Needle was built in 1962.  Today Smith Tower provides office and retail space for over 40 local companies, welcomes the general public to visit and host private events in the Chinese Room & Observation Deck, and is even home for one resident in the pyramid at the top of the building.


Media Note

Any news media outlet that would like PDF or JPEG files of the winners in any of the individual categories can contact Cate Chase, Smith Tower Marketing & Relations, at cchase@goodmanre.com or 206.622.4004.

Daylight Savings

Medical Dental Building

March 5, 2014


Please remember to “Spring Forward” this Sunday, March 9th at 2AM for Daylight Savings Time!