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Dakota Place Park - Phase II
Pro Parks Project Information

 
4304 SW Dakota St, Seattle, WA 98116

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

Join in the community open house!
October 20, 2012
2 -5 p.m.
Dakota Place Park

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Kelly Goold
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134

California Substation
Building View


Building Detail

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Thank you Seattle! This project is complete.
Thank you for your cooperation during construction.

The building is complete and features 2 multi-purpose rooms, 2 ADA compatible restrooms, small food prep area, storage space, sound system and beautiful fold out mirrors for dance classes.

Dakota Place Park building will be operated as an extension of the Hiawatha Community Center for community programming and public rental space.


LOCATION
4304 SW Dakota St, Seattle, WA 98116
BUDGET
Pro Parks Levy Reserve Fund $500,000 contribution and Associated Recreation Council $180,000 contribution for a total of $680,000.
SCHEDULE
Planning: Complete
Design: Complete
Construction: Winter 2011
Completion: Spring 2012

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This community initiated project created a new neighborhood gathering space at the California Substation. The Friends of Dakota Place Park are instrumental in this development.

This phase will complete the renovation of the existing designated landmark City Light Substation Building for use as an extension of the Hiawatha Community Center.


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