"Standing over fourteen-hundred feet tall and weighing 365,000 tons, the Evergreen State Building was opened in 1931 and has remained one of Emerald City's most recognizable landmarks ever since."
The Evergreen State Building was opened in 1931.
The Evergreen State Building stands at 1,472 feet (102 stories, 448 meters).
The eighty-second floor has an observatory, where one can look over the entire city.
- The building was named after one of the state of Washington's nicknames, The Evergreen State, but it also rumored to be named after the family of Ethan Hernandez's girlfriend due to their affluence.