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.

Historic Seattle’s
9th Annual Preservation Awards Benefit
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Washington Hall

Congratulations to the 2017 Honorees!


This event is sold out!


Host a Table

$5,000 Sponsor Table | Includes seating for 10, listing by level and full-page color journal ad
$2,500 Underwriter Table | Includes seating for 10, listing by level, and full-page black & white journal ad
$1,500 Partner Table | Includes seating for 10, listing by level and half-page color journal ad

Purchase Tickets 

$300 Passionate Preservationist | Includes half-page color journal ad
$200 Non-Members | Includes one-year membership to Historic Seattle’s Supporters’ Circle
$150 Members Only 

Event Journal Ads

Show your love for your favorite place(s) with an “I (heart) This Place Because….” ad, or promote your business, in the journal! Click here to browse last year’s journal.
Cover (Color, limited availability)
$1500 Outside Back
$1000 Inside Front
$1000 Inside Back
$500 Color
$250 Black & White
1/2 Page
$250 Color
$150 Black & White
1/4 Page
$150 Color
$100 Black & White

For assistance placing an ad in the Awards Benefit journal, or to purchase tables and tickets offline, contact Naomi West at or 206.622.6952 ext. 222.

Can’t make it? Please click here to make a gift to help us reach this year’s Preservation Awards Benefit fundraising goal & protect places that matter!

Featuring wine and beer generously provided by:

Standard Brewing

Proletariat Logo

Top photo: 2016 awards benefit at Washington Hall. Credit: Sticks & Stones Photography