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Loyal Heights Community Center Building Improvements
Project Information


2101 NW 77th Street, 98117

Project Status

Thank you Seattle! This project is complete.
Seattle Parks and Recreation has upgraded the electrical system at Loyal Heights Community Center. Upgrades to the electrical system included replacement of old fuse panels, new wiring, and circuits.

Parks removed the 1940’s era boiler and installed a new energy efficient boiler in early 2014.

Seattle Parks thanks everyone for their patience with minor disruptions at times during the construction process.

2101 NW 77th Street, 98117
The Parks and Green Spaces Levy Maintenance Adjustment fund allocates $852,000 for boiler and electrical system replacement.
Planning: Summer 2012
Construction: October 2012 - February 2014
Completion: March 2014

Project Description

The Loyal Heights Community Center was built in 1950 and has served the Ballard and loyal Heights neighborhoods for over 60 years. The 26,5000 sq. ft. Community Center offers over 50 activities and classes for all age groups. The Community Center is characteristic of 1950's architecture. The facility is in need of significant repairs of its mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems.

Parks contracted with ARC Architects for the boiler replacement, electrical upgrades, and additional building improvements.

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Updated October 29, 2014


Currently no events are scheduled.

For More Information

Gary Gibbons, Project Manager
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134

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