800 Fifth Avenue building in Downtown Seattle was completed in 1981 with 42 stories of 1.2 million gross square feet. This luxurious 800 Fifth Avenue building has a natural aluminum finish with a structural cross-bracing design and lightly tinted windows throughout. The 800 Fifth Avenue space contains a public plaza, 17 thousand square feet of retail space and underground garage with 612 cars capacity.Three double-sided LED blaze illuminated number blade signs were designed and fabricated by Western Neon for 800 fifth Avenue totaling approximately 2’2”x6’8” projecting 24 feet off the ground. These numbers were made from .090 aluminum sanded, frosted, and painted silver metallic to correlate with the aluminum look that 800th Fifth Avenue exemplifies so well. 2” thick clear acrylic details sneak between with aluminum faces for added definition and illumination. Aluminum covers were also fabricated for the rain drain holes to eliminate any light leaks. Western Neon loves the natural aluminum tones this sign adds to 800 Fifth Avenue’s exquisite downtown building.

building in Downtown Seattle was completed in 1981 with 42 stories of 1.2 million gross square feet. This luxurious 800 Fifth Avenue building has a natural aluminum finish with a structural cross-bracing design and lightly tinted windows throughout. space contains a public plaza, 17 thousand square feet of retail space and underground garage with 612 cars capacity.

Three double-sided LED blaze illuminated number blade signs were designed and fabricated by Western Neon for totaling approximately 2’2”x6’8” projecting 24 feet off the ground. These numbers were made from .090 aluminum sanded, frosted, and painted silver metallic to correlate with the aluminum look that 800th Fifth Avenue exemplifies so well. 2” thick clear acrylic details sneak between with aluminum faces for added definition and illumination. Aluminum covers were also fabricated for the rain drain holes to eliminate any light leaks. Western Neon loves the natural aluminum tones this sign adds to 800 Fifth Avenue’s exquisite downtown building.

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