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North Teen Life Center
Pro Parks Project Information

North Side of Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Avenue NE

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Parks held a grand opening celebration with the community on Friday, July 22, 2005.


Tim Motzer
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Avenue S. 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
Thank you, Seattle.
This Pro Parks project is complete!

North Side of Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Avenue NE
2000 Pro Parks Levy Funds of $515,500
Planning: Complete
Design: Complete
Construction: Complete
Completion: Complete


Design Intent
The consultant worked with the community and Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks) to develop structural renovations for the building space. Renovations included:

  • Utility & Security system modifications

  • Installation of ADA accessible Restrooms

  • Expanded Kitchen

  • Redesign of the Entrance Areas

  • Acoustical in Treatment Activity/Social/Game/Music Room

Better utilization of spatial layout
Circulation and public spaces needed to be organized for efficiency and access independent of the school. The spatial layout was reconfigured, and room layout modified for better utilization of space, including: staff office, social room, supply room, kitchen facility, educational/skills room/quiet room, gym/multipurpose room and restrooms.
North Teen Life Center


Seattle Parks and Recreation worked with the school district, interested community groups, teens, and private organizations through a series of public meetings, seeking and incorporating input on the project's direction.

In September 1999, Seattle City Council approved amendments to the neighborhood plan for North Neighborhoods, which included a recommendation that the old Meadowbrook Community Center, often referred to as 'the Annex', be renovated to serve as a teen center for the north district. The 2000 Pro Parks Levy provided project funding for the planning, design and construction of the teen center.


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