Town Hall Seattle

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Town Hall Seattle
Seattle Town Hall 01B.jpg
Main auditorium of Town Hall, 2006
Address 1119 Eighth Avenue
City Seattle, Washington
Country United States
Architect George Foote Dunham
Owned by Town Hall Association
Capacity Great Hall: 832
Downstairs at Town Hall: 275
Opened 1916, 1922
Reopened March 1999
Other names Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
Current use Cultural center

Town Hall Seattle
Town Hall Seattle is located in Washington (state)
Town Hall Seattle
Location of Town Hall Seattle in Washington
Coordinates 47°36′32″N 122°19′48″W / 47.60889°N 122.33000°W / 47.60889; -122.33000Coordinates: 47°36′32″N 122°19′48″W / 47.60889°N 122.33000°W / 47.60889; -122.33000
Designated November 2012[1]

Town Hall is a cultural center and performance hall located on Seattle, Washington, USA's First Hill. Built as the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, from 1916 to 1922, it was sold by the church to its current owners in 1998 and reopened in 1999.


  1. ^ Several familiar buildings received landmark status this November, Front Porch: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods News and Events, 2012-11-26. Accessed: 2013-03-05.

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