Seafirst Bank
Seafirst Bank
Owner & Operator Dexter Horton
Business Function Banking, Savings, Loans
Opened est. 1929
Hours of Operation Mon-Fri: 9 am - 5 pm; Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm; Sunday: Closed
Location 917 E. Madison
Employees James Stone (NPC; Teller)

Just your average bank. It does what banks do. Store and distribute money to its customers and even provides loans.

Establishment History

  • November 11, 1929 - Seafirst Corporation founded.
  • May 17, 1931 - Changed name to First National Bank of Seattle.
  • June 9, 1935 - Changed name to Seattle-First National Bank.
  • February 23, 1983 - Seafirst is acquired by BankAmerica Corp.
  • April 8, 2000 - Seafirst finally assumes the Bank of America brand.



The spacious halls of this bank scream class. Slick marble tiles line the entire floor of this rather impressively built establishment. The walls are a baby blue in color, and have solid oak panels along the bottom to about four feet high. Thick black velvet ropes line the spaces for customers to follow to make their way to an available cashier. To your right as you enter from the street is a cubicle covered by glass that only reflects distorted images of the persons behind it. To the left is a set of stairs that leads to the upstairs area. The lines to this bank are typically long, but they do provide a quick and effective service for all their customers. Smiling faces and attentive security guards are always pleased to assist you with all of your needs.

Second Floor

The second floor of the bank is less elegant looking than that of the first floor. A long hallway stretches down with several doors on either side. The doors all have signs on the door with the name and department of the person who owns the office behind the door. At the end of the hallway is a large window that provides a view of the city outside the building.

Manager's Office

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