Preservation Awards

Historic Seattle’s annual preservation awards program showcases and recognizes some of the exceptional public and private projects that preserve and protect Seattle’s built heritage. Since the first year of the awards in 2009, the recipients have included prominent downtown rehabilitation projects, restoration of historic rural places, the preservation of neighborhood character, heritage/architecture publications, and individuals who have contributed greatly to preserving the built environment and educating us about local history.

When is the awards ceremony held?

Save the date for the 8th Annual Preservation Awards Benefit on Thursday, October 13, 2016, at our newly restored Washington Hall in the Central District.

The 2015 award recipients are highlighted below.

Top photo: 2014 Preserving Neighborhood Character Award recipients for Ada’s Technical Books—owners, Board and Vellum Architecture and Design, and Model Remodel, enjoying the event on the veranda at Good Shepherd Center. Source: Marissa Natkin