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Sand Point Naval Air Station District

Sand Point Site Map AerialThe City of Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board approved designation of the Sand Point Naval Air Station as Seattle’s eighth Landmark District in 2011. Situated five miles northeast of downtown Seattle on the Sand Point peninsula, the 89-acre landmark district encompasses the two parts of the original Naval Air Station site containing intact resources directly associated with the former Naval Air Station operation.

SandPoint MonumentAs the site of the first around-the-world flight, it was also associated with the early development of the Boeing Company and the region’s aviation heritage. Throughout the duration of World War II, Naval Air Station Seattle served as the premier center coordinating naval aviation activities within the Thirteenth Naval District.

Sandpoint Admn FacadeThe district’s collection of buildings and structures was constructed for the purpose of supporting and maintaining the overall function of the former naval air station. The district retains an important collection of Public Works Administration and Works Progress Administration funded structures and buildings stemming from the nation’s pre-war infrastructure expansion, and includes examples of Moderne and Colonial Revival style buildings. The former naval air station now houses a variety of uses including institutional, recreational and residential uses.


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