Georgetown Brewery / Fran’s Chocolates

adaptive reuse of a brewery into a chocolate factory and headquarters

Georgetown Brewery / Fran’s Chocolates

Seattle, Washington

The historic Georgetown Brewery complex in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood has been redeveloped into a mix of retail, light industrial, and offices. Constructed between 1900 and 1915, the complex was once the home of the Seattle Brewing and Malt Company, later called the Rainier Brewing Company. Structural services included the seismic evaluation all buildings on the site; the Brew House, Stock House, Old Ice House, the Malt House, the Bottling Plant, and the General Office and Power House stack. Structural services for a complete renovation, including seismic upgrades, have been completed for the Bottling Plant and Brew House.  Structural Services for the design of a new 50,000 sf industrial facility for Fran’s Chocolates has been completed at the old Stock House and Ice House site.

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Bassetti Architects

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