Historic Properties of Spokane
Spokane Sash & Door Company Flats
The Spokane Sash & Door Company Flats are historically significant for their association with Spokane’s development and growth as a regional transportation hub, and architecturally significant as the work of the city’s most celebrated architect, Kirtland K. Cutter. Built during a period when Spokane’s population tripled from 36,000 in 1900 to 100,000 in 1910, this building is one of only a few of the twenty-two apartments built in Spokane by1909 still standing today. The main building was commissioned in Tudor Revival style by the Spokane Sash and Door Company. This clinker brick building rightfully derives its current name, "The Gables," from the building’s multi-gabled rooflines.