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Amy Yee Tennis Center
Pro Parks Project Information

 
2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S.

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Shwu-jen Hwang, Landscape Architect
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-0805
Thank you Seattle! This project is complete.
After the initial project was completed in 2007 the Amy Yee Tennis Center Advisory Council raised $364,461 for the two new courts that were completed in December 2009.

The court surface was installed in early summer 2010 when the weather was appropriate for installation. Also, during this time the other four courts received warranty repair.

In September 2005, the Seattle City Council unanimously approved projects to be funded through the second cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund, including $200,000 for improvements to Amy Yee Tennis Center.
LOCATION
2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S.
BUDGET
The Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund provides $200,000 for this park development project. Amy Yee Tennis Center Advisory Council has raised additional $364,461 for the construction of two new tennis courts.
SCHEDULE
Planning: March to June 2009 (New Courts)
Design: August to November 2009 (New Courts)
Construction: Winter 2009

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Schematic Design for New Outdoor Tennis Courts
Schematic Design for
New Outdoor Tennis Courts
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This project renovated four existing outdoor tennis courts in 2007 and completed design for two new outdoor tennis courts to the north of the existing courts at the Amy Yee Tennis Center. After two years fund raising effort, the two new tennis courts will be constructed in 2009. Regular users of the facility include Garfield High School teams.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

The Amy Yee Tennis Center Advisory Council nominated this project for the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund. The Council also successfully received the Neighborhood Matching Fund, the King County Youth Sports Utility Fund and Fund from USTA for the construction of two new courts.

Community Meetings

Public Meeting #1 03/15/07

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