Fleischmann’s Yeast Plant
Year Listed: 2007
Designed by noted Seattle architect John Graham, Sr. and constructed in 1912 by contractor Aldrich and Hunt, the Fleischmann’s Yeast Plant stands as the first such plant built in the Northwest. Graham designed many significant commercial buildings in the early 20th century, including the Fredrick and Nelson building, the Bon Marche, the Dexter Horton Building and the Exchange Building, all in Seattle. Graham also designed buildings as far away as Boston and Shanghai, China. The Fleischmann’s Yeast Plant is a wonderfully intact example of Graham’s industrial design.