Washington Trust for Historic Preservation Announces 2013 Most Endangered Properties List

Battelle/Talaris campus / Photo: Marissa Natkin, copyright 2011

Endangered Property: Battelle/Talaris Campus – modernist landscape and buildings designed by Rich Haag Associates and NBBJ; built 1965-67 (Phase 1) and 1970-71 (Phase 2) / Photo: Marissa Natkin, copyright 2011

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation announced its 2013 Most Endangered Historic Properties List on May 15 during the opening reception of its annual RevitalizeWA Conference in Vancouver, WA. The Trust released a video about this year’s list. Individual videos for each property will be released soon.

The following properties, nominated by concerned citizens and organizations throughout Washington, form the Trust’s Most Endangered Historic Properties List for 2013.

THIS YEAR’S LIST (details for each property are described on the WA Trust’s website):

Digester Building, Bellingham, Whatcom County

Haller House, Coupeville, Island County

St. Nicholas Church, Gig Harbor, Pierce County

Electric Building, Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County

Battelle/Talaris Campus, Seattle, King County

Colville Indian Agency, Chewelah, Stevens County

Mukai Farm & Garden, Vashon Island, King County

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