Historic Seattle’s 2nd Annual Preservation Awards

Women's University Club, Exemplary Stewardship Award / Photo: Women's University Club

Historic Seattle celebrates Preservation Month in May by hosting a very special event to acknowledge and celebrate the continuing use and good stewardship of our local cultural and architectural landmarks.

Historic Seattle Second Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony

Where: Women’s University Club, 1105 Sixth Avenue at Spring Street

When: Tuesday, May 11, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm; program at 6:30 pm

Cost: $50 Historic Seattle members; $60 General Public; $25 students; includes appetizers, desserts, and wine/beer

Attend the ceremony and reception! Register on Historic Seattle’s website.

2010 Award Winners (stay tuned in the weeks ahead when we highlight each of these awardees)

Best Rehabilitation

Furuya and Corgiat Buildings, Pioneer Square

Joshua Green Building, Downtown

Exemplary Stewardship

Women’s University Club, Downtown

Preserving Neighborhood Character

William Tell Building, Belltown

Excellence in Preservation Planning

Downtown Historic Resources Survey and Inventory, City of Seattle Historic Preservation Program

Illuminating History

Paramount Theatre Sign, Downtown

5th Avenue Theatre Marquee & Sign, Downtown


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