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Magnuson Park Building 30
Project Information

 

Address: 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115


Project Status

Thank you Seattle!

The open house celebration was held Friday, October 11, 2013. Tours of the renovated building, live music from local artist Off the Hook, performances from Thistle Theater and Seattle Musical Theater, and demonstrations by One World Roller Derby brought together arts, cultures and community. Light refreshments were served and there was the opportunity to enjoy sparkling cider and cupcakes in the renovated Officers Club.

Construction is nearly finished and Parks expects project completion by November 2013.


LOCATION
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle WA 98115
BUDGET
$8,453,000
SCHEDULE
Construction: December 2012 - October 2013
Completion: November 2013

Project Description

This project provides code compliant upgrades that include seismic, fire safety and accessibility improvements building wide and the complete renovation of the west wing of the building.

The renovation will create space for returning tenants EarthCorps, Thistle Theatre, PlantAmnesty, Washington Native Plant Society, Bats Northwest, Music of Remembrance, and Club Northwest, and artists who were displaced during renovation will have first right of refusal in the Building 30 arts facility.

The arts wing will also include a historically refurbished event space, and the hangar will be a large event space with an adjacent smaller event space in what used to be the workshop.


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Updated October 17, 2013

Events

Currently no events are scheduled.

More Information

Kelly Goold
800 Maynard Ave S,
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-0586
kelly.goold@seattle.gov

Opening Celebration Photos
Opening Celebration Photos
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Trenching for new restrooms in east wing
Trenching for new restrooms in east wing


Floor protection in officers club
Floor protection in officers club


Hangar
Hangar


New elevator shaft
New elevator shaft


Officer club protected in place
Officer club protected in place


Structural steel install
Structural steel install


First Floor Plan
First Floor Plan
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Second Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
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Third Floor Plan
Third Floor Plan
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