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07/31/2006 - Holley Mason Seeks Tech Tenants

A derelict hulk in 1995, downtown’s most diverse technology core can now be found in the Holley Mason building. Technology dominates, from the basement, where fiber from 180 Networks, XO and Qwest enters the building, to the top floor, where a complete biotechnology laboratory and development center has served as the launchpad for bio-tech company GenPrime’s product protecting against bio-terrorism. The Holley Mason was built in 1905 as a hardware store and warehouse and was Spokane’s first fireproof building of reinforced concrete. Nonetheless, it is quite airy and decorative with its tawny brick veneer, multistory Italianate windows and charmingly figured terra cotta trim. The Holley Mason was a key component in the creation of the Terabyte Triangle.

For the first time since 2001, the Holley Mason has space for lease. When INHS completes its move into the Wells Fargo Tower in October, the Holley Mason will have 35,000 square feet available. This will include two full floors which may be leased as a total unit or divided into smaller office suites. In addition to space in the building, the leases come with “tons” of parking.

Holley Mason owner Rob Brewster says he would especially like high tech tenants because the building has everything that such tenants would need. Along with the three fiber providers already in the building, there is redundant power. Everything is wired – it is a “plug and go” building. There is an equipment room that can be used for co-location. Wireless is available too.

The HVAC is all new, and the elevators are high speed. The Holley Mason is centrally located downtown close to new condos and loft dwelling places. Brewster will work with the tenant on the build-out of the space. Oh, yes, did we mention that there is plenty of parking available?

For more information on the Holley Mason, contact Rob Brewster: cell (206) 390-0105 or ConoverBond (509) 755-5555. To learn more about the Holley Mason building, visit

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