This neon sign on the Vertigo Building is a bit reminiscent of the once popular actor, Jimmy Stewart. The building was once known at the Trigger Building, a typical warehouse in the industrial district south of downtown Seattle now known as SODO. A dentist and developer, Dr. Scott Andrews apparently originally purchased the building in 1996 to renovate it into a basketball court but then changed the design to multiple small work spaces and then decorated the building with vintage advertising and neon signs.
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