Save the Date: 2021 Preservation Celebration

The 2021 Preservation Celebration will be held on Wednesday, October 27. In June, we’ll announce this year’s award winners and whether the event will be held in person or virtually.

See previous award winners

The Impact of Rent Relief

Historic Seattle launched the Emergency Rent Relief Fund in response to the pandemic to help our tenants and anchor partners. Three rounds of relief, totaling more than $110,000, have been distributed thus far. 

Read more about this effort

Open Call: Seattle’s Full Story

Seattle’s Full Story is a recurring blog series intended to help address a lack of diversity and representation in traditional historic preservation storytelling with compensated features from BIPOC Contributors.

Learn more

Landmark Status!

The Hahn Building – one of the iconic 4 Corners of the Pike Place Market – is now a designated landmark, thanks to an outpouring of public support.

Learn more about what this means

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our headquarters at the Dearborn House on First Hill will be closed until further notice. 

Click here for updates on our operations, including program cancellations and building procedures.

upcoming events

  • Beyond Integrity in (X) Virtual Conference

    Digital Program

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  • Fall Members Meeting

    In-person at the Dearborn House (open to the public!)

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  • History Collective: Pike Place Market

    Digital Program

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  • VivaCity: Preserving Culture | Friends of Mukai

    Friends of Mukai (FoM) is a Vashon Island-based non-profit dedicated to the operation of the historic Mukai Farm & Garden. In this month’s VivaCity feature, FoM shares some challenges and accomplishments the group has faced along the bumpy road to the site’s restoration and describes the vision for Mukai Farm & Gardens’ future.

  • VivaCity: Capitol Hill Historical Society

    A curiosity about his historic apartment building eventually led Tom Heuser to found the Capitol Hill Historical Society. Here, Tom shares his love of Capitol Hill and how the pandemic has changed the Capitol Hill Historical Society.

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