English: 777 Thomas Street (corner of 8th Avenue North), Seattle, Washington was built in 1931 as an automobile service garage; in its history, it has been a occasional art gallery; a petroleum products store and warehouse; a building materials store and warehouse; a home appliance sales and service shop; and an aviation small electronics manufactory. Built in the Art Deco "zig-zag" style, its exterior was designated a city landmark in February 2013. A very detailed description of the building and its history can be found at http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/preservation/documents/FLPBCurrentNom_777ThomasSt.pdf.
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