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Landmarks Preservation Board considers landmark nomination on Capitol Hill

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Seattle City Council approves three new historic landmarks

Seattle City Council recently approved landmark designation ordinances for three new City of Seattle landmarks. Located in three neighborhoods, these landmarks exemplify the diversity and the rich cultural and architectural heritage of our City. The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board approved the nomination, designation, and controls and incentives for… [ Keep reading ]

Landmarks Preservation Board designates Sand Point Naval Air Station a historic district

On March 16, the Landmarks Preservation Board voted to designate the Sand Point Naval Air Station a historic district – the first new designation in more than 20 years.  Click here for more information and to read the press release.

Landmarks Nomination Workshop sponsored by Historic Seattle

Learn the nuts and bolts of preparing a landmark nomination and the ins and outs of the process for designating landmarks. Find out where to go to do historical research. There will be an overview of Seattle’s diverse and unique historic resources, discussion of architectural styles, and a review of… [ Keep reading ]

Magnolia Admiral’s House designated a City Landmark

The City’s Landmarks Preservation Board designated the Admiral’s House in Magnolia at its August 18 meeting. The Colonial Revival style house, built in 1944, was acknowledged as a primary symbol of the important role that the U.S. Navy played in Seattle from World War II until the 1990’s. Prominently sited… [ Keep reading ]

Pacific Science Center awarded Landmark Status

Landmarks Preservation Board staffed by our Historic Preservation Program voted unanimously to give the Pacific Science Center landmark status on Wednesday.  Read more about it in seattlepi.com.

Mayor McGinn seeks three new Landmarks Preservation Board members

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Seattle City Council approves ten new landmarks

On Monday, May 10, the Seattle City Council approved landmark designation ordinances for ten new City of Seattle landmarks. Representing a number of neighborhoods, these ten landmarks exemplify the diversity and the rich cultural and architectural heritage of our City. The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, staffed by Seattle Department… [ Keep reading ]