If you’ve heard of City Commerce Park at all, it’s probably because of its best known tenant, Schooner Exact Brewing Company. SODO Urban Works is in a prime location with direct visibility from First Avenue South.
They’ve recently had a few commercial spaces open up. Now that old tenant’s signs have come down, they’ve taken this opportunity to create visual continuity across the business park.
What better way to attract new tenants then investing in a 27′ x 6′ roof top sign? In order to support the 4′ tall channel letters, the frame was built in two sections and was supported by two lower wooden beams.
Neon signs are perfectly suited to Seattle’s weather. Their red neon glow can be seen for over 400 feet in adverse weather conditions, like fog and rain. SODO Urban Works’ exposed neon sign will not only attract new tenants, it will be a rooftop beacon in the rainy Seattle winter.
If you’ve heard of City Commerce Park at all, it’s probably because of its best known tenant, Schooner Exact Brewing Company. SODO Urban Works is in a prime location with direct visibility from First Avenue South.
They’ve recently had a few commercial spaces open up. Now that old tenant’s signs have come down, they’ve taken this opportunity to create visual continuity across the business park.
What better way to attract new tenants then investing in a 27′ x 6′ roof top sign? In order to support the 4′ tall channel letters, the frame was built in two sections and was supported by two lower wooden beams.
Neon signs are perfectly suited to Seattle’s weather. Their red neon glow can be seen for over 400 feet in adverse weather conditions, like fog and rain. SODO Urban Works’ exposed neon sign will not only attract new tenants, it will be a rooftop beacon in the rainy Seattle winter.
If you’ve heard of City Commerce Park at all, it’s probably because of its best known tenant, Schooner Exact Brewing Company. SODO Urban Works is in a prime location with direct visibility from First Avenue South.
They’ve recently had a few commercial spaces open up. Now that old tenant’s signs have come down, they’ve taken this opportunity to create visual continuity across the business park.
What better way to attract new tenants then investing in a 27′ x 6′ roof top sign? In order to support the 4′ tall channel letters, the frame was built in two sections and was supported by two lower wooden beams.
Neon signs are perfectly suited to Seattle’s weather. Their red neon glow can be seen for over 400 feet in adverse weather conditions, like fog and rain. SODO Urban Works’ exposed neon sign will not only attract new tenants, it will be a rooftop beacon in the rainy Seattle winter.


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