The Seattle Mariners leased this 30,000 SF space within the old Pyramid Brewing site and will be transforming it into a gameday destination for fans.
Currently under construction, this extensive renovation includes earthquake-retrofitting for the structure, built in 1914. When complete, the project will include a restaurant, indoor/outdoor venues, and future office space. But the highlight is likely to be "Steelheads Alley," named for the 1946 Seattle Negro League team, and run Metier Brewing, the state's first black-owned brewery. The space will be filled with history of the old Seattle team, with old photos, including the late Herb Simpson, who played first base and outfield for the Steelheads in the West Coast Baseball Association.