|Puget Power Building|
|Tallest in Bellevue from 1956 to 1967[I]|
|Surpassed by||400 Building|
|Address||10607 NE 4th|
|Town or city||Bellevue, Washington|
|Owner||Puget Sound Power and Light (Puget Power)|
|Height||52 feet (16 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Harmon, Pray and Detrich|
|Designations||Most Endangered Historic Properties (Wash. Trust for Historic Pres.)|
The Puget Power Building was a four story tall building in Bellevue, Washington. When it was built in 1956 as the corporate headquarters for Puget Sound Power and Light (popularly known as Puget Power), it was the tallest building in Bellevue and on the Eastside. It was described by conservationists as "the best example of the International Style on the Eastside".
The property was sold to a developer by Puget Sound Energy, the successor to Puget Power. The same day the sale was recorded, the building appeared on the annual list of most endangered historic properties compiled by Washington Trust for Historic Preservation.
- "Puget Power Building", Pacific coast architecture database, University of Washington digital collections
- Puget Power Building, Documentation and Conservation of the Modernist Movement, Western Washington
- "Puget Power Building". Emporis. Archived from the original on March 7, 2016.
- Most Endangered Historic Properties List—Past sites, Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
- Kurt Clark (January 19, 2011), "106th Ave and NE 4th Street – Back In The Day", Bellevue city news blog, Seattle Post-Intelligencer,
... the Puget Power building – Bellevue's first 'skyscraper' built in 1956 ...
- "Group wants to save old Puget Power Building", King County Journal, via eCultural Resources, June 16, 2005
- Natalie Singer (December 12, 2005), "In Bellevue, few protections exist for older buildings", The Seattle Times, retrieved 2015-07-09
- Image (elevated), from UW Digital Collections, circa 1969
- Image (ground level), from UW Digital Collections, circa 1969