Luzon Building, downtown Tacoma
If you’re a real estate investor with a penchant for saving important old buildings, the city of Tacoma needs you. According to Tacoma News Tribune, The Luzon Building at 13th & Pacific in downtown Tacoma is one of two remaining West Coast buildings designed by famed Chicago architects Daniel Burnham and John Root.
The unoccupied structure is being offered for sale for $400,000. Yes, it needs repairs.
Burnham and Root were pioneering designers of some of Chicagoâ€™s first high-rises. After Rootâ€™s death, Burnham designed such monumental structures as Washington, D.C.â€™s Union Station and several buildings at the Chicago Worldâ€™s Fair.