With so much discussion about increasing density in Seattle, it’s easy to forget that Seattle’s historic in-city neighborhoods offer an astounding level of density, affordability, and livability. Diana James, author of Shared Walls: Seattle Apartment Buildings 1900-1939, leads a walking tour of Capitol Hill, one the city’s richest apartment building neighborhoods. Diana will explain the historic role of apartments in the early decades of Seattle’s rise as an important west coast city.
Note that this tour is a repeat of Diana’s 2018 sold-out tour.
Cost: $25 Members / $35 General Public
SOLD OUT. If you’d like to be added to the waitlist for this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and requested number of tickets.
Photo: A Capitol Hill apartments tour, 2018.