2022 Preservation Celebration Update!

We jumped for joy at our 2022 Preservation Celebration on September 21 where we celebrated our 2022 Preservation Award Winners and ongoing preservation work.

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On June 10, Historic Seattle became managing partner of the Good Arts Building in Pioneer Square, ensuring the long-term preservation of the building and continuing its mission as a hub for arts, culture, and creative enterprises in perpetuity.

Learn more about the building's history and this partnership!

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Preservation

Historic preservation benefits everyone, but it has not traditionally served or recognized all communities. We are committed to addressing a lack of representation and inequities in the field.

Learn more about this commitment

Virtual Programming: Free on YouTube!

Miss an event? All virtual programs are available for FREE on Historic Seattle’s YouTube Channel.

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upcoming events

  • Historic Seattle’s Spring Meeting

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

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  • Preservation Awards Series: Dr James W. Washington, Jr. & Mrs. Janie Rogella Washington Foundation

    In-person tour of James and Janie Washington Cultural Center.

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  • Preservation Awards Series: Frye Hotel & Bremer Apartments

    Virtual event showcasing Frye Hotel and Bremer Apartments.

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  • Preservation Awards Series: Queen Anne Exchange

    Historic Seattle is excited to present a program series highlighting our 2022 Preservation Awards Winners. This series runs from March 29 to April 29 and includes virtual and in-person events. We look forward to learning more about these incredible preservation projects from the project teams! _ Queen Anne Exchange | 2022 Best Preservation Project Come join us […]

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  • Reflections on an exciting start to 2023: The Seattle First National Bank building

    Preservation is a Public Benefit

  • ADVOCACY UPDATE: Tell City Council to vote “YES!” on Amendment B

    A pro-housing and pro-preservation resolution to the Controls & Incentives agreement for the Seattle-First National Bank building

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