February is Membership Month!

Membership gifts provide critical funding for our organization and support our mission. As the pandemic continues, we appreciate your renewal more than ever.

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¡Viva La Quinta!

Historic Seattle has been working closely with La Quinta Apartments’ residents and neighbors to advocate for its preservation. Learn why this place matters, why it should be protected, and how YOU can help!

Your voice can make a difference! Learn how here »

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.

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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. 

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upcoming events

  • Spring 2021 Members Meeting

    Digital Program

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  • Building Dialogue | Seattle Now & Then: The Historic Hundred

    Digital Program

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  • Letters from an Architect: the Interior Design and Decoration of a turn-of-the-century Seattle Mansion

    Digital Program

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  • VivaCity: Keep Music Live

    This month, we talked to three members of Keep Music Live to get their perspectives on the importance of small, independent music venues and keeping music live!

  • ¡Viva La Quinta!

    Formed in late 2020, ¡Viva La Quinta! is a group of residents, neighbors, and allies (including Historic Seattle) dedicated to preserving La Quinta Apartments and making it a City landmark. Read this post to learn more about why this building and the community it fosters should be preserved!

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