Victory Hall has opened across the street from T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners. The new indoor/outdoor sports, entertainment and private event space is part of The Boxyard complex located in Seattle’s Sodo neighborhood.
Seattle‘s Victory Hall is the area’s newest spot to hang before or after Mariners, Sounders and Seahawks games, due to its proximity to T-Mobile Park and Lumen Field.
Though an events venue, Victory Hall transforms into an indoor beer garden during game days. Visitors can kick back on the 1,200-sq.-ft. patio that offers indoor/outdoor flow to the beer garden. If not attending a game, sports fans can catch all the action on the venue’s giant 20-ft.-by-11-ft. TV wall or its five 100-in. flat-screens.
Victory Hall is found in a 1914 historical railroad warehouse, clocking in at 9,500 square feet with 18-ft. ceilings. The space has preserved fir tree columns and wooden ceiling beams, the original exposed brick walls, and the remains of a painted mural that is believed to have been the exterior façade of the 1914 warehouse. The Seattle venue is rounded out with polished concrete floors and 10 industrial-chic chandeliers with a cut-out motif that inspired by baseball stitching and a nod to the Mariners.
“Our expansion in the Sodo neighborhood is part of our larger goal to invest in our community and help bring more economic opportunities to the place we call home,” says Fred Rivera, Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President, in a press release.
Victory Hall will host a variety of public events throughout the year, ranging from concerts to watch parties. The Boxyard is also home to Hatback Bar & Grille and microbrewery and taproom Steelheads Alley, as well as a forthcoming baseball and softball training facility.
To learn more about Victory Hall in Seattle, visit www.mariners.com/victoryhall.
12011st Ave. South
Seattle, WA 98134
Photo credit: William Munoz