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Historic Landmarks

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The facilities/objects listed below have been designated Seattle Landmarks by the Landmarks Preservation Board. Development of the "Controls and Incentives" and/or Council proceedings are in process for those landmarks that have been designated as Seattle Landmarks but lack the final ordinance.
name address ordinance
Hiawatha Playfield 2700 California Ave. S.W. Ord. #113090
Date: 09-29-86
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center 104 17th Ave. So. Ord. #110354
Date: 12-28-81
Parsons Garden Immediately west of 618 W. Highland Dr. Ord. #109319
Date: 09-02-80
"Seattle, Chief of Suquamish" Statue Tillicum Place; at the intersection of 5th Ave., Denny Way, and Cedar St. Ord. #112273
Date: 05-06-85
Belltown Cottages 2512, 2512A, and 2516 Elliott Ave. Pending
Gas Works Park 2101 North Northlake Way Pending
Kinnear Park 988 W. Olympic Place  
Kubota Gardens 9727 Renton Avenue South Pending
Lake Washington Bicycle Path Interlaken Blvd. between Delmar Dr. E. & 24th Ave. E.  
Cal Anderson Park and Bobby Morris Playfield 1000 E. Pine Street  
Pier 59 1415 Alaskan Way  
Queen Anne Boulevard Certain streets on Queen Anne Hill  
Seattle Art Museum at Volunteer Park 1400 E. Prospect Street  
Volunteer Park Conservatory 1400 E. Prospect Street  


name address date listed
Cowen Park Bridge 15th Ave. North 07-16-1982
Duwamish Lake Washington Ship Canal, Chittenden Locks 06-30-1989
Fort Lawton On Magnolia Bluff 08-15-1978
Iron Pergola 1st Ave. and Yesler Way 08-26-1971
Parks Department, Division of Playgrounds 301 Terry Ave. 03-16-1972
Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish, Statue 5th Ave., Denny Way, and Cedar St. 04-19-1984
Volunteer Park Between E. Prospect St. and E. Galer St., and Federal and E. 15th Aves. 05-03-1976
Washington Street Public Boat Landing Facility S. Washington St., W. of Alaskan Way 06-10-1974

Updated October 14, 2015
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