Neptune Theatre Designated a Seattle Landmark!

Neptune Theatre decorative detail / Photo: Historic Seattle

In a close vote (6:2:1), the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board designated the Neptune Theatre as the newest Seattle Landmark on November 14. MAin2 reported on the nomination in an earlier post.

The Board also voted to nominate the Chiarelli-Dore House, a modernist residential gem in the Maple Leaf neighborhood designed by architect James Chiarelli.

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1 Response to “Neptune Theatre Designated a Seattle Landmark!”


  1. 1 Herb Curl November 21, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    Congratulations to everyone involved in designating the Neptune Theatre a Seattle landmark. It truly is, despite the current re-arrangement of the seating area. But better a preserved venue that’s used than one slowly decaying away.


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