National Register of Historic Places listings in Seattle

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Location of Seattle in King County and Washington

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Seattle, Washington.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in the city Seattle, Washington, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in an online map.[1]

Of the 288 properties and districts listed on the National Register in King County, 199 are located in Seattle; these are listed below, while the remaining properties and districts are listed elsewhere. Four properties were once listed on the National Register in Seattle but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 1, 2018.[2]
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Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location Description
1 12th Avenue South Bridge
12th Avenue South Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004227)
12th Ave., S. over Dearborn St.
47°35′46″N 122°18′58″W / 47.596111°N 122.316111°W / 47.596111; -122.316111 (12th Avenue South Bridge)
Built in 1911, it is the state's oldest surviving steel arch bridge. Renamed the Jose Rizal Bridge in 1974, the bridge spans Dearborn Street, connecting Beacon Hill and the International District.[6][7] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
2 1411 Fourth Avenue Building
1411 Fourth Avenue Building
May 28, 1991
(#91000633)
1411 Fourth Ave.
47°36′34″N 122°20′06″W / 47.609444°N 122.335°W / 47.609444; -122.335 (1411 Fourth Avenue Building)
 
3 14th Avenue South Bridge
14th Avenue South Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004228)
Spans Duwamish River
47°34′13″N 122°21′02″W / 47.570278°N 122.350556°W / 47.570278; -122.350556 (14th Avenue South Bridge)
Also known as the South Park Bridge, this Scherzer Rolling Lift double-leaf bascule bridge was the only bridge of its type in the state. It opened in 1931 and spanned the Duwamish River, connecting the South Park neighborhood with the rest of Seattle. It was demolished in 2010 due to safety concerns.[9] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
4 1600 East John Street Apartments
1600 East John Street Apartments
May 14, 2013
(#13000278)
1600 E. John St.
47°37′12″N 122°18′40″W / 47.619926°N 122.311020°W / 47.619926; -122.311020 (1600 East John Street Apartments)
 
5 1926 Model Brick Home
1926 Model Brick Home
December 6, 2016
(#16000829)
2600 E. Montlake Pl.
47°38′36″N 122°18′11″W / 47.643280°N 122.302962°W / 47.643280; -122.302962 (1926 Model Brick Home)
 
6 Admiral Theater
Admiral Theater
December 11, 1989
(#89002098)
2343 California Avenue SW
47°34′58″N 122°23′11″W / 47.58276°N 122.38646°W / 47.58276; -122.38646 (Admiral Theater)
 
7 Admiral's House, 13th Naval District
Admiral's House, 13th Naval District
February 13, 2013
(#13000016)
2001 W. Garfield St.
47°37′56″N 122°23′19″W / 47.632111°N 122.388621°W / 47.632111; -122.388621 (Admiral's House, 13th Naval District)
 
8 Adventuress
Adventuress
April 11, 1989
(#89001067)
Lake Union drydock
47°37′59″N 122°19′38″W / 47.633050°N 122.327244°W / 47.633050; -122.327244 (Adventuress)
 
9 Agen Warehouse
Agen Warehouse
January 23, 1998
(#97001673)
1201 Western Ave.
47°36′21″N 122°20′15″W / 47.605833°N 122.3375°W / 47.605833; -122.3375 (Agen Warehouse)
 
10 Alaska Trade Building
Alaska Trade Building
May 6, 1971
(#71000871)
1915-1919 1st Ave.
47°36′39″N 122°20′28″W / 47.610833°N 122.341111°W / 47.610833; -122.341111 (Alaska Trade Building)
 
11 John B. Allen School
John B. Allen School
May 11, 2011
(#11000280)
6532 Phinney Ave. N.
47°40′38″N 122°21′14″W / 47.677222°N 122.353889°W / 47.677222; -122.353889 (John B. Allen School)
 
12 Arboretum Sewer Trestle
Arboretum Sewer Trestle
July 16, 1982
(#82004229)
Crosses 26th Ave., E. between Roanoke and E. Miller St.
47°38′33″N 122°17′52″W / 47.6425°N 122.297778°W / 47.6425; -122.297778 (Arboretum Sewer Trestle)
Built in 1910, this sewer viaduct is an early example of a reinforced concrete arch bridge. Ornamental in design, today it serves as a pedestrian bridge over Lake Washington Boulevard in the Washington Park Arboretum.[10] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
13 Arctic Building
Arctic Building
November 28, 1978
(#78002749)
306 Cherry St.
47°36′14″N 122°19′50″W / 47.603889°N 122.330556°W / 47.603889; -122.330556 (Arctic Building)
 
14 Assay Office
Assay Office
March 16, 1972
(#72001271)
613 9th Ave.
47°36′22″N 122°19′25″W / 47.606111°N 122.323611°W / 47.606111; -122.323611 (Assay Office)
 
15 Aurora Avenue Bridge
Aurora Avenue Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004230)
Aurora Ave., N. over Lake Washington Ship Canal
47°39′10″N 122°20′46″W / 47.652778°N 122.346111°W / 47.652778; -122.346111 (Aurora Avenue Bridge)
Built in 1931, this cantilever truss bridge carries traffic on State Route 99 (Aurora Avenue) over the west end of Lake Union, connecting the neighborhoods of Queen Anne and Fremont.[11] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
16 Ballard Avenue Historic District
Ballard Avenue Historic District
July 1, 1976
(#76001885)
Ballard Ave. from NW Market to NW Dock Sts.
47°39′59″N 122°22′55″W / 47.666389°N 122.381944°W / 47.666389; -122.381944 (Ballard Avenue Historic District)
 
17 Ballard Bridge
Ballard Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004231)
Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
47°39′47″N 122°22′30″W / 47.663056°N 122.375°W / 47.663056; -122.375 (Ballard Bridge)
Built in 1917, the Ballard Bridge is one of the oldest examples in the state of a double-leaf bascule bridge.[8] It spans Salmon Bay in the Lake Washington Ship Canal, connecting the neighborhood of Ballard with Queen Anne and Magnolia.[12] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
18 Ballard Carnegie Library
Ballard Carnegie Library
June 15, 1979
(#79002535)
2026 N. West Market St.
47°40′08″N 122°22′54″W / 47.668889°N 122.381667°W / 47.668889; -122.381667 (Ballard Carnegie Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR (AD)
19 Ballard-Howe House
Ballard-Howe House
March 26, 1979
(#79002536)
22 W. Highland Dr.
47°37′48″N 122°21′23″W / 47.63°N 122.356389°W / 47.63; -122.356389 (Ballard-Howe House)
 
20 Richard A. Ballinger House
Richard A. Ballinger House
May 28, 1976
(#76001886)
1733 39th Ave.
47°37′04″N 122°16′56″W / 47.617778°N 122.282222°W / 47.617778; -122.282222 (Richard A. Ballinger House)
 
21 Julian and Marajane Barksdale House
Julian and Marajane Barksdale House
December 24, 2013
(#13000995)
13226 42nd Ave. NE
47°43′26″N 122°16′50″W / 47.723789°N 122.280516°W / 47.723789; -122.280516 (Julian and Marajane Barksdale House)
22 Barnes Building
Barnes Building
February 24, 1975
(#75001853)
2320-2322 1st Ave.
47°36′49″N 122°20′42″W / 47.613611°N 122.345°W / 47.613611; -122.345 (Barnes Building)
23 Bay View Brewery
Bay View Brewery
January 23, 2013
(#12001221)
3100–3222 Airport Way S.
47°34′34″N 122°19′15″W / 47.576193°N 122.320772°W / 47.576193; -122.320772 (Bay View Brewery)
24 Bell Apartments
Bell Apartments
July 12, 1974
(#74001957)
2326 1st Ave.
47°36′51″N 122°20′44″W / 47.614167°N 122.345556°W / 47.614167; -122.345556 (Bell Apartments)
 
25 Jesse C. Bowles House
Jesse C. Bowles House
November 6, 1986
(#86003162)
2540 Shoreland Dr. S
47°34′51″N 122°17′02″W / 47.580833°N 122.283889°W / 47.580833; -122.283889 (Jesse C. Bowles House)
 
26 Building No. 105, Boeing Airplane Company
Building No. 105, Boeing Airplane Company
August 26, 1971
(#71000872)
Purcell Ave.
47°31′06″N 122°17′42″W / 47.518333°N 122.295°W / 47.518333; -122.295 (Building No. 105, Boeing Airplane Company)
 
27 Bon Marche Department Store
Bon Marche Department Store
December 6, 2016
(#16000830)
300 Pine St.
47°36′40″N 122°20′18″W / 47.611107°N 122.338433°W / 47.611107; -122.338433 (Bon Marche Department Store)
Now Macy's; the former flagship store of The Bon Marché.
28 Butterworth Building
Butterworth Building
May 14, 1971
(#71000873)
1921 1st Ave.
47°36′39″N 122°20′28″W / 47.610833°N 122.341111°W / 47.610833; -122.341111 (Butterworth Building)
 
29 Calhoun Hotel
Calhoun Hotel
April 23, 2013
(#13000208)
2000 2nd Ave.
47°36′43″N 122°20′30″W / 47.612054°N 122.341664°W / 47.612054; -122.341664 (Calhoun Hotel)
 
30 Cambridge Apartments
Cambridge Apartments
April 5, 2016
(#16000148)
903 Union St.
47°36′42″N 122°19′48″W / 47.611561°N 122.329868°W / 47.611561; -122.329868 (Cambridge Apartments)
 
31 Camlin Hotel
Camlin Hotel
March 25, 1999
(#99000405)
1619 Ninth St.
47°36′39″N 122°19′55″W / 47.610833°N 122.331944°W / 47.610833; -122.331944 (Camlin Hotel)
 
32 Century 21-Washington State Coliseum
Century 21-Washington State Coliseum
May 10, 2018
(#100002406)
305 Harrison St.
47°37′20″N 122°21′15″W / 47.6221°N 122.3541°W / 47.6221; -122.3541 (Century 21-Washington State Coliseum)
Now KeyArena.
33 Chelsea Family Hotel
Chelsea Family Hotel
December 14, 1978
(#78002750)
620 W. Olympic Pl.
47°37′41″N 122°21′53″W / 47.628056°N 122.364722°W / 47.628056; -122.364722 (Chelsea Family Hotel)
 
34 James and Pat Chiarelli House
James and Pat Chiarelli House
May 14, 2013
(#13000279)
843 NE 100th St.
47°42′04″N 122°19′07″W / 47.701122°N 122.318635°W / 47.701122; -122.318635 (James and Pat Chiarelli House)
 
35 Chinese Baptist Church
Chinese Baptist Church
July 31, 1986
(#86002094)
925 S. King St.
47°35′54″N 122°19′07″W / 47.598333°N 122.318611°W / 47.598333; -122.318611 (Chinese Baptist Church)
 
36 Chittenden Locks and Lake Washington Ship Canal
Chittenden Locks and Lake Washington Ship Canal
December 14, 1978
(#78002751)
Salmon Bay
47°39′19″N 122°21′07″W / 47.655278°N 122.351944°W / 47.655278; -122.351944 (Chittenden Locks and Lake Washington Ship Canal)
Chittenden Locks and Lake Washington Ship Canal
37 Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Priory, and School
Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Priory, and School
January 12, 1984
(#84003479)
5040-5041 9th Ave., NE
47°40′00″N 122°19′03″W / 47.666667°N 122.3175°W / 47.666667; -122.3175 (Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Priory, and School)
 
38 Cobb Building
Cobb Building
August 3, 1984
(#84003485)
1301-1309 4th Ave.
47°37′04″N 122°20′02″W / 47.617778°N 122.333889°W / 47.617778; -122.333889 (Cobb Building)
 
39 Coliseum Theater
Coliseum Theater
July 7, 1975
(#75001854)
5th Ave. and Pike St.
47°36′41″N 122°20′02″W / 47.611389°N 122.333889°W / 47.611389; -122.333889 (Coliseum Theater)
 
40 Colman Automotive Building
Colman Automotive Building
February 13, 2013
(#13000017)
401 E. Pine St.
47°36′54″N 122°19′36″W / 47.615081°N 122.326532°W / 47.615081; -122.326532 (Colman Automotive Building)
 
41 Colman Building
Colman Building
March 16, 1972
(#72001272)
811 1st Ave.
47°36′14″N 122°20′03″W / 47.603889°N 122.334167°W / 47.603889; -122.334167 (Colman Building)
 
42 Colonial Hotel
Colonial Hotel
April 29, 1982
(#82004232)
1119-1123 1st Ave.
47°36′22″N 122°20′11″W / 47.606111°N 122.336389°W / 47.606111; -122.336389 (Colonial Hotel)
 
43 Colonnade Hotel
Colonnade Hotel
August 7, 2017
(#100001443)
107 Pine St.
47°36′35″N 122°20′26″W / 47.60982°N 122.340469°W / 47.60982; -122.340469 (Colonnade Hotel)
44 Columbia City Historic District
Columbia City Historic District
September 8, 1980
(#80004000)
Roughly bounded by S. Hudson and S. Alaska Sts., 35th and Rainier Aves.
47°33′33″N 122°17′08″W / 47.559167°N 122.285556°W / 47.559167; -122.285556 (Columbia City Historic District)
 
45 Frank B. Cooper Elementary School
Frank B. Cooper Elementary School
March 26, 2003
(#03000161)
4408 Delridge Way SW
47°33′49″N 122°21′41″W / 47.563611°N 122.361389°W / 47.563611; -122.361389 (Frank B. Cooper Elementary School)
 
46 Cornish School
Cornish School
August 29, 1977
(#77001337)
710 E. Roy St.
47°37′32″N 122°19′19″W / 47.625556°N 122.321944°W / 47.625556; -122.321944 (Cornish School)
 
47 Cowen Park Bridge
Cowen Park Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004233)
15th Ave., N.
47°40′16″N 122°18′45″W / 47.671111°N 122.3125°W / 47.671111; -122.3125 (Cowen Park Bridge)
In 1936, the Works Progress Administration constructed this open-spandrel reinforced concrete arch bridge. The bridge, notable for its Art Deco motifs, is part of 15th Ave NE, spanning the eastern edge of the ravine in Cowen Park.[13][14] Also part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington Thematic Resource listing[8]
48 De La Mar Apartments
De La Mar Apartments
August 18, 1980
(#80004001)
115 W. Olympic Pl.
47°37′36″N 122°21′28″W / 47.626667°N 122.357778°W / 47.626667; -122.357778 (De La Mar Apartments)
 
49 Henry H. Dearborn House
Henry H. Dearborn House
January 23, 1998
(#97001672)
1117 Minor Ave.
47°36′40″N 122°19′27″W / 47.611111°N 122.324167°W / 47.611111; -122.324167 (Henry H. Dearborn House)
 
50 Charles P. and Ida Dose House
Charles P. and Ida Dose House
December 24, 2013
(#13000996)
2121 31st Ave., S
47°35′02″N 122°17′36″W / 47.583787°N 122.293394°W / 47.583787; -122.293394 (Charles P. and Ida Dose House)
 
51 Dunn Gardens
Dunn Gardens
December 15, 1994
(#94001435)
13533 Northshire Rd. NW.
47°43′39″N 122°21′50″W / 47.7275°N 122.363889°W / 47.7275; -122.363889 (Dunn Gardens)
 
52 Duwamish (fireboat)
Duwamish (fireboat)
June 30, 1989
(#89001448)
Lake Washington Ship Canal, Chittenden Locks
47°39′57″N 122°23′39″W / 47.665833°N 122.394167°W / 47.665833; -122.394167 (Duwamish (fireboat))
 
53 Duwamish Number 1 Site
Duwamish Number 1 Site
October 18, 1977
(#77001338)
Address Restricted
 
54 Eagles Auditorium Building
Eagles Auditorium Building
July 14, 1983
(#83003338)
1416 7th Ave.
47°36′40″N 122°19′51″W / 47.611111°N 122.330833°W / 47.611111; -122.330833 (Eagles Auditorium Building)
 
55 El Rio Apartment Hotel
El Rio Apartment Hotel
November 30, 1999
(#99001453)
1922-1928 9th Ave.
47°36′59″N 122°20′01″W / 47.616389°N 122.333611°W / 47.616389; -122.333611 (El Rio Apartment Hotel)
 
56 Ellsworth Storey Cottages Historic District
Ellsworth Storey Cottages Historic District
July 6, 1976
(#76001891)
1706-1816 S. Lake Washington Blvd. and 1725-1729 S. 36th Ave.
47°35′15″N 122°17′17″W / 47.5875°N 122.288056°W / 47.5875; -122.288056 (Ellsworth Storey Cottages Historic District)
 
57 Ellsworth Storey Residences
Ellsworth Storey Residences
April 14, 1972
(#72001276)
260, 270 E. Dorffel Dr.
47°37′18″N 122°17′07″W / 47.621667°N 122.285278°W / 47.621667; -122.285278 (Ellsworth Storey Residences)
 
58 Federal Office Building
Federal Office Building
April 30, 1979
(#79003155)
909 1st Ave.
47°36′16″N 122°20′06″W / 47.604444°N 122.335°W / 47.604444; -122.335 (Federal Office Building)
 
59 Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Seattle Branch
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Seattle Branch
February 4, 2013
(#11000985)
1015 2nd Avenue
47°36′19″N 122°20′09″W / 47.605382°N 122.335793°W / 47.605382; -122.335793 (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Seattle Branch)
60 Pierre P. Ferry House
Pierre P. Ferry House
April 18, 1979
(#79002537)
1531 10th Ave., E.
47°38′03″N 122°19′08″W / 47.634167°N 122.318889°W / 47.634167; -122.318889 (Pierre P. Ferry House)
 
61 Fire Station No. 18
Fire Station No. 18
June 19, 1973
(#73001876)
5427 Russell Ave., NW
47°40′07″N 122°22′54″W / 47.668611°N 122.381667°W / 47.668611; -122.381667 (Fire Station No. 18)
 
62 Fire Station No. 23
Fire Station No. 23
September 10, 1971
(#71000874)
18th Ave. and Columbia St.
47°36′32″N 122°18′26″W / 47.608889°N 122.307222°W / 47.608889; -122.307222 (Fire Station No. 23)
 
63 Fire Station No. 25
Fire Station No. 25
April 14, 1972
(#72001273)
1400 Harvard Ave.
47°36′49″N 122°19′15″W / 47.613611°N 122.320833°W / 47.613611; -122.320833 (Fire Station No. 25)
 
64 First Methodist Episcopal Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church
January 3, 2011
(#10001105)
801 Fifth Ave.
47°36′20″N 122°19′53″W / 47.605556°N 122.331389°W / 47.605556; -122.331389 (First Methodist Episcopal Church)
 
65 First Methodist Protestant Church of Seattle
First Methodist Protestant Church of Seattle
May 14, 1993
(#93000364)
128 16th Ave. E.
47°37′11″N 122°18′37″W / 47.619722°N 122.310278°W / 47.619722; -122.310278 (First Methodist Protestant Church of Seattle)
 
66 Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant
Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant
October 9, 2013
(#13000823)
4735 E. Marginal Way
47°33′29″N 122°20′25″W / 47.558131°N 122.340353°W / 47.558131; -122.340353 (Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant)
 
67 Fort Lawton
Fort Lawton
August 15, 1978
(#78002752)
On Magnolia Bluff
47°39′33″N 122°24′49″W / 47.659167°N 122.413611°W / 47.659167; -122.413611 (Fort Lawton)
 
68 Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
January 2, 2013
(#12001138)
1119 8th Ave.
47°36′33″N 122°19′48″W / 47.60907°N 122.32995°W / 47.60907; -122.32995 (Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist)
 
69 Fremont Bridge
Fremont Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004234)
Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
47°38′52″N 122°20′55″W / 47.647778°N 122.348611°W / 47.647778; -122.348611 (Fremont Bridge)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
70 Fremont Building
Fremont Building
November 12, 1992
(#92001587)
3419 Fremont Ave. N.
47°39′01″N 122°20′58″W / 47.650278°N 122.349444°W / 47.650278; -122.349444 (Fremont Building)
 
71 Caroline Kline Galland House
Caroline Kline Galland House
February 8, 1980
(#80004002)
1605 17th Ave.
47°36′57″N 122°18′34″W / 47.615833°N 122.309444°W / 47.615833; -122.309444 (Caroline Kline Galland House)
 
72 Gas Works Park
Gas Works Park
January 2, 2013
(#02000862)
2000 N. Northlake Way
47°38′46″N 122°20′06″W / 47.6460°N 122.3350°W / 47.6460; -122.3350 (Gas Works Park)
Added January 2013, more than a decade after it was nominated.[15]
73 Georgetown Steam Plant
Georgetown Steam Plant
1978
(#78002755)
Off WA 99 at King County Airport
47°32′35″N 122°18′54″W / 47.543056°N 122.315°W / 47.543056; -122.315 (Georgetown Steam Plant)
 
74 Globe Building, Beebe Building and Hotel Cecil
Globe Building, Beebe Building and Hotel Cecil
April 29, 1982
(#82004235)
1001-1023 1st Ave.
47°36′19″N 122°20′08″W / 47.605278°N 122.335556°W / 47.605278; -122.335556 (Globe Building, Beebe Building and Hotel Cecil)
 
75 J. S. Graham Store
J. S. Graham Store
December 7, 1989
(#89002094)
119 Pine St.
47°36′36″N 122°20′19″W / 47.61°N 122.338611°W / 47.61; -122.338611 (J. S. Graham Store)
 
76 Grand Pacific Hotel
Grand Pacific Hotel
May 13, 1982
(#82004236)
1115-1117 1st Ave.
47°36′21″N 122°20′10″W / 47.605833°N 122.336111°W / 47.605833; -122.336111 (Grand Pacific Hotel)
Originally known as the Starr Block
77 Guiry and Schillestad Building
Guiry and Schillestad Building
August 28, 1985
(#85001941)
2101-2111 1st Ave.
47°36′44″N 122°20′35″W / 47.612222°N 122.343056°W / 47.612222; -122.343056 (Guiry and Schillestad Building)
 
78 Harvard-Belmont District
Harvard-Belmont District
May 13, 1982
(#82004237)
Bellevue Pl., Broadway, Boylston and Harvard Aves.
47°37′43″N 122°19′19″W / 47.628611°N 122.321944°W / 47.628611; -122.321944 (Harvard-Belmont District)
 
79 Hawthorne Square
Hawthorne Square
August 14, 2012
(#08001301)
4800 Fremont Ave. N.
47°39′50″N 122°20′57″W / 47.663971°N 122.349268°W / 47.663971; -122.349268 (Hawthorne Square)
Seattle Apartment Buildings, 1900-1957 Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
80 Samuel Hill House
Samuel Hill House
May 3, 1976
(#76001887)
814 E. Highland Dr.
47°37′51″N 122°19′14″W / 47.630833°N 122.320556°W / 47.630833; -122.320556 (Samuel Hill House)
 
81 Hoge Building
Hoge Building
April 14, 1983
(#83003339)
705 2nd Ave.
47°36′12″N 122°19′56″W / 47.603333°N 122.332222°W / 47.603333; -122.332222 (Hoge Building)
 
82 Holyoke Building
Holyoke Building
June 3, 1976
(#76001888)
1018-1022 1st Ave.
47°36′20″N 122°20′05″W / 47.605556°N 122.334722°W / 47.605556; -122.334722 (Holyoke Building)
 
83 Home of the Good Shepherd
Home of the Good Shepherd
May 23, 1978
(#78002753)
Sunnyside, N. and 50th St.
47°39′51″N 122°19′51″W / 47.664167°N 122.330833°W / 47.664167; -122.330833 (Home of the Good Shepherd)
 
84 Hull Building
Hull Building
January 27, 1983
(#83003340)
2401-2405 1st Ave.
47°36′51″N 122°20′49″W / 47.614167°N 122.346944°W / 47.614167; -122.346944 (Hull Building)
 
85 Samuel Hyde House
Samuel Hyde House
April 12, 1982
(#82004238)
3726 E. Madison St.
47°37′55″N 122°17′01″W / 47.631944°N 122.283611°W / 47.631944; -122.283611 (Samuel Hyde House)
 
86 Immanuel Lutheran Church
Immanuel Lutheran Church
February 25, 1982
(#82004239)
1215 Thomas St.
47°37′15″N 122°19′51″W / 47.620833°N 122.330833°W / 47.620833; -122.330833 (Immanuel Lutheran Church)
 
87 Interlake Public School
Interlake Public School
July 14, 1983
(#83003341)
4416 Wallingford Ave., N.
47°39′40″N 122°20′05″W / 47.661111°N 122.334722°W / 47.661111; -122.334722 (Interlake Public School)
 
88 Iron Pergola
Iron Pergola
August 26, 1971
(#71000875)
1st Ave. and Yesler Way
47°36′07″N 122°19′58″W / 47.601944°N 122.332778°W / 47.601944; -122.332778 (Iron Pergola)
 
89 John N. Cobb (fisheries research vessel)
John N. Cobb (fisheries research vessel)
February 11, 2009
(#09000047)
7600 Sand Point Way NE.
47°41′16″N 122°15′34″W / 47.687837°N 122.259381°W / 47.687837; -122.259381 (John N. Cobb (fisheries research vessel))
 
90 King Street Station
King Street Station
April 13, 1973
(#73001877)
3rd St., S. and S. King St.
47°35′56″N 122°19′46″W / 47.598889°N 122.329444°W / 47.598889; -122.329444 (King Street Station)
 
91 Joseph Kraus House
Joseph Kraus House
February 25, 1982
(#82004240)
2812 Mt. Saint Helens Pl.
47°34′41″N 122°17′06″W / 47.578056°N 122.285°W / 47.578056; -122.285 (Joseph Kraus House)
 
92 Lake Washington Boulevard
Lake Washington Boulevard
May 8, 2017
(#100000989)
Connecting Montlake Boulevard to Seward Park through the Washington Park Arboretum
47°36′34″N 122°16′59″W / 47.609499°N 122.282930°W / 47.609499; -122.282930 (Lake Washington Boulevard)
 
93 Leamington Hotel and Apartments
Leamington Hotel and Apartments
May 13, 1994
(#94000419)
317 Marion St.
47°36′19″N 122°19′52″W / 47.605278°N 122.331111°W / 47.605278; -122.331111 (Leamington Hotel and Apartments)
 
94 Eliza Ferry Leary House
Eliza Ferry Leary House
April 14, 1972
(#72001274)
1551 10th Ave., E.
47°38′02″N 122°19′08″W / 47.633889°N 122.318889°W / 47.633889; -122.318889 (Eliza Ferry Leary House)
 
95 Hannah Lewis House
Hannah Lewis House
April 27, 2018
(#100002392)
2317 13th Avenue East
47°38′24″N 122°18′58″W / 47.6401°N 122.3161°W / 47.6401; -122.3161 (Hannah Lewis House)
 
96 Liggett Building
Liggett Building
August 31, 2011
(#11000626)
1424 4th Ave.
47°36′36″N 122°20′10″W / 47.61°N 122.336111°W / 47.61; -122.336111 (Liggett Building)
 
97 Lyon Building
Lyon Building
June 30, 1995
(#95000806)
607 Third Ave.
47°36′08″N 122°19′48″W / 47.602222°N 122.33°W / 47.602222; -122.33 (Lyon Building)
 
98 MV Westward (wooden motor vessel)
MV Westward (wooden motor vessel)
April 12, 2007
(#07000304)
1010 Valley St.
47°37′38″N 122°19′18″W / 47.627222°N 122.321667°W / 47.627222; -122.321667 (MV Westward (wooden motor vessel))
 
99 MV Vashon Upload image April 29, 1982
(#82004241)
Pier 52
47°36′09″N 122°20′50″W / 47.6025°N 122.347222°W / 47.6025; -122.347222 (MV Vashon)
Wrecked off of Prince of Wales Island (Alaska) in 1986.[16]
100 Magnolia Public Library
Magnolia Public Library
May 11, 2006
(#15000453)
2801 34th Ave. W.
47°38′43″N 122°24′05″W / 47.6452°N 122.4013°W / 47.6452; -122.4013 (Magnolia Public Library)
101 Medical Dental Building
Medical Dental Building
May 11, 2006
(#06000371)
509 Olive Way
47°36′53″N 122°20′13″W / 47.614722°N 122.336944°W / 47.614722; -122.336944 (Medical Dental Building)
 
102 R. D. Merrill House
R. D. Merrill House
August 22, 1977
(#77001339)
919 Harvard Ave., E.
47°37′39″N 122°19′14″W / 47.6275°N 122.320556°W / 47.6275; -122.320556 (R. D. Merrill House)
 
103 Montlake Bridge
Montlake Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004242)
Spans Lake Union Ship Canal
47°38′51″N 122°18′13″W / 47.6475°N 122.303611°W / 47.6475; -122.303611 (Montlake Bridge)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
104 Montlake Historic District
Montlake Historic District
October 15, 2015
(#15000499)
Roughly bounded by Lake Washington Ship Canal, Interlaken Park, 15th Ave. E. & Washington Park Arboretum
47°38′07″N 122°18′24″W / 47.6354°N 122.3067°W / 47.6354; -122.3067 (Montlake Historic District)
 
105 Moore Theatre and Hotel
Moore Theatre and Hotel
August 30, 1974
(#74001958)
1932 2nd Ave.
47°36′43″N 122°20′23″W / 47.611944°N 122.339722°W / 47.611944; -122.339722 (Moore Theatre and Hotel)
 
106 Mount Baker Ridge Tunnel
Mount Baker Ridge Tunnel
July 16, 1982
(#82004243)
East of WA 90
47°35′25″N 122°17′14″W / 47.590278°N 122.287222°W / 47.590278; -122.287222 (Mount Baker Ridge Tunnel)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
107 Mount Baker Park Improvement Club Clubhouse
Mount Baker Park Improvement Club Clubhouse
December 13, 2016
(#16000855)
2811 Mount Rainier Dr., S.
47°34′40″N 122°17′15″W / 47.577899°N 122.287554°W / 47.577899; -122.287554 (Mount Baker Park Improvement Club Clubhouse)
 
108 Mount Zion Baptist Church
Mount Zion Baptist Church
May 14, 2018
(#100002407)
1634 19th Ave.
47°36′59″N 122°18′27″W / 47.6163°N 122.3074°W / 47.6163; -122.3074 (Mount Zion Baptist Church)
109 National Building
National Building
April 29, 1982
(#82004244)
1006-1024 Western Ave.
47°36′18″N 122°20′10″W / 47.605°N 122.336111°W / 47.605; -122.336111 (National Building)
 
110 Naval Air Station (NAS) Seattle
Naval Air Station (NAS) Seattle
July 2, 2010
(#09001218)
7400 Sand Point Way NE
47°40′56″N 122°15′39″W / 47.682222°N 122.260833°W / 47.682222; -122.260833 (Naval Air Station (NAS) Seattle)
 
111 Naval Military Hangar-University Shell House
Naval Military Hangar-University Shell House
July 1, 1975
(#75001856)
University of Washington campus
47°38′53″N 122°17′56″W / 47.648056°N 122.298889°W / 47.648056; -122.298889 (Naval Military Hangar-University Shell House)
 
112 Naval Reserve Armory
Naval Reserve Armory
July 8, 2009
(#09000506)
860 Terry Ave. N.
47°37′39″N 122°20′13″W / 47.627592°N 122.336958°W / 47.627592; -122.336958 (Naval Reserve Armory)
113 New Richmond Hotel
New Richmond Hotel
July 12, 2011
(#11000426)
308 4th Ave. S.
47°35′59″N 122°19′43″W / 47.599722°N 122.328611°W / 47.599722; -122.328611 (New Richmond Hotel)
Also known as the Downtowner Hotel
114 New Washington Hotel
New Washington Hotel
September 28, 1989
(#89001607)
1902 Second Ave.
47°36′41″N 122°20′22″W / 47.611389°N 122.339444°W / 47.611389; -122.339444 (New Washington Hotel)
 
115 Nihon Go Gakko
Nihon Go Gakko
June 23, 1982
(#82004245)
1414 S. Weller St.
47°35′53″N 122°18′38″W / 47.598056°N 122.310556°W / 47.598056; -122.310556 (Nihon Go Gakko)
 
116 Nippon Kan
Nippon Kan
May 22, 1978
(#78002754)
622 S. Washington St.
47°36′05″N 122°19′26″W / 47.601389°N 122.323889°W / 47.601389; -122.323889 (Nippon Kan)
 
117 Northern Bank and Trust Building
Northern Bank and Trust Building
March 26, 2003
(#03000165)
1500 Fourth Ave.
47°36′38″N 122°20′06″W / 47.610556°N 122.335°W / 47.610556; -122.335 (Northern Bank and Trust Building)
 
118 Northern Life Tower
Northern Life Tower
May 30, 1975
(#75001857)
1212 3rd Ave.
47°36′29″N 122°20′03″W / 47.608056°N 122.334167°W / 47.608056; -122.334167 (Northern Life Tower)
 
119 Nuclear Reactor Building
Nuclear Reactor Building
July 24, 2009
(#08001158)
3785 Jefferson Rd. NE
47°39′10″N 122°18′16″W / 47.652803°N 122.304467°W / 47.652803; -122.304467 (Nuclear Reactor Building)
 
120 Old Georgetown City Hall
Old Georgetown City Hall
April 14, 1983
(#83003342)
6202 13th Ave., S.
47°32′52″N 122°18′53″W / 47.547778°N 122.314722°W / 47.547778; -122.314722 (Old Georgetown City Hall)
 
121 Old Public Safety Building
Old Public Safety Building
June 19, 1973
(#73001878)
4th Ave. and Terrace St. and 5th Ave. and Yesler Way
47°36′08″N 122°19′36″W / 47.602222°N 122.326667°W / 47.602222; -122.326667 (Old Public Safety Building)
 
122 Olympic Hotel
Olympic Hotel
June 15, 1979
(#79002538)
1200-1220 4th Ave.
47°36′30″N 122°19′59″W / 47.608333°N 122.333056°W / 47.608333; -122.333056 (Olympic Hotel)
 
123 Panama Hotel
Panama Hotel
March 20, 2006
(#06000462)
605 South Main St. and 302 6th Ave. South
47°36′00″N 122°19′34″W / 47.600086°N 122.326241°W / 47.600086; -122.326241 (Panama Hotel)
 
124 Paramount Theatre
Paramount Theatre
October 9, 1974
(#74001959)
901 Pine St.
47°36′49″N 122°19′48″W / 47.613611°N 122.33°W / 47.613611; -122.33 (Paramount Theatre)
 
125 Park Department, Division of Playgrounds
Park Department, Division of Playgrounds
March 16, 1972
(#72001275)
301 Terry Ave.
47°36′15″N 122°19′14″W / 47.604167°N 122.320556°W / 47.604167; -122.320556 (Park Department, Division of Playgrounds)
 
126 William Parsons House
William Parsons House
June 21, 1991
(#91000782)
2706 Harvard Ave. E.
47°38′42″N 122°19′14″W / 47.645°N 122.320556°W / 47.645; -122.320556 (William Parsons House)
 
127 Phillips House
Phillips House
April 29, 1993
(#93000359)
711-713 E. Union St.
47°36′46″N 122°19′22″W / 47.612778°N 122.322778°W / 47.612778; -122.322778 (Phillips House)
 
128 Pike Place Public Market Historic District
Pike Place Public Market Historic District
March 13, 1970
(#70000644)
Bounded by Western Ave. to the west, Virginia St. to the north, 1st Ave. to the east, and the south wall of the Economy Market and Outlook Building to the south
47°36′37″N 122°20′25″W / 47.610278°N 122.340278°W / 47.610278; -122.340278 (Pike Place Public Market Historic District)
 
129 Pioneer Building, Pergola, and Totem Pole
Pioneer Building, Pergola, and Totem Pole
May 5, 1977
(#77001340)
5th Ave. and Yesler Way
47°36′09″N 122°19′57″W / 47.6025°N 122.3325°W / 47.6025; -122.3325 (Pioneer Building, Pergola, and Totem Pole)
 
130 Pioneer Hall
Pioneer Hall
June 5, 1970
(#70000645)
1642 43rd Ave., E.
47°38′05″N 122°16′34″W / 47.634722°N 122.276111°W / 47.634722; -122.276111 (Pioneer Hall)
 
131 Pioneer Square-Skid Road District
Pioneer Square-Skid Road District
June 22, 1970
(#70000086)
Roughly bounded by the Viaduct, Railroad Ave. S., King St., 4th and 5th Aves., James and Columbia Sts. including the 500 block of 1st Ave.
47°36′03″N 122°19′56″W / 47.600833°N 122.332222°W / 47.600833; -122.332222 (Pioneer Square-Skid Road District)
Includes two increases to the size of the district.
132 Pirate (R-class sloop)
Pirate (R-class sloop)
August 15, 2000
(#00000968)
1010 Valley St.
47°37′37″N 122°20′09″W / 47.62697°N 122.33593°W / 47.62697; -122.33593 (Pirate (R-class sloop))
 
133 Queen Anne Club
Queen Anne Club
January 27, 1983
(#83003344)
1530 N. Queen Anne Ave.
47°38′01″N 122°21′20″W / 47.633611°N 122.355556°W / 47.633611; -122.355556 (Queen Anne Club)
 
134 Queen Anne High School
Queen Anne High School
November 21, 1985
(#85002916)
201 Galer St.
47°37′54″N 122°21′03″W / 47.631667°N 122.350833°W / 47.631667; -122.350833 (Queen Anne High School)
 
135 Queen Anne Post Office and Regional Headquarters
Queen Anne Post Office and Regional Headquarters
July 12, 2011
(#11000427)
415 1st Ave., N.
47°35′55″N 122°20′04″W / 47.598611°N 122.334444°W / 47.598611; -122.334444 (Queen Anne Post Office and Regional Headquarters)
NRHP # 11000427
136 Queen Anne Public School
Queen Anne Public School
July 30, 1975
(#75001858)
1401 5th Avenue West
47°37′56″N 122°21′46″W / 47.632222°N 122.362778°W / 47.632222; -122.362778 (Queen Anne Public School)
Converted to condos in 1984
137 Rainier Club
Rainier Club
April 22, 1976
(#76001889)
810 4th Ave.
47°36′22″N 122°19′51″W / 47.606111°N 122.330833°W / 47.606111; -122.330833 (Rainier Club)
 
138 Ravenna Park Bridge
Ravenna Park Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004246)
20th Ave., Spans Ravenna Park Ravine
47°40′19″N 122°18′21″W / 47.671944°N 122.305833°W / 47.671944; -122.305833 (Ravenna Park Bridge)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
139 Raymond-Ogden Mansion
Raymond-Ogden Mansion
June 15, 1979
(#79002539)
702 35th Ave.
47°36′30″N 122°17′13″W / 47.608333°N 122.286944°W / 47.608333; -122.286944 (Raymond-Ogden Mansion)
 
140 Rector Hotel
Rector Hotel
August 9, 2002
(#02000863)
619-621 Third Ave.
47°36′12″N 122°19′51″W / 47.603333°N 122.330833°W / 47.603333; -122.330833 (Rector Hotel)
Now known as St. Charles Hotel building.
141 Redelsheimer-Ostrander House
Redelsheimer-Ostrander House
January 12, 1990
(#89002298)
200 40th Ave. E.
47°37′15″N 122°16′47″W / 47.620833°N 122.279722°W / 47.620833; -122.279722 (Redelsheimer-Ostrander House)
 
142 Roanoke Park Historic District
Roanoke Park Historic District
July 30, 2009
(#09000578)
Bounded by Shelby St on the N, Roanoke St on the S, Harvard Ave on the W, 10th Ave on the E
47°38′42″N 122°19′15″W / 47.645047°N 122.3208°W / 47.645047; -122.3208 (Roanoke Park Historic District)
143 Judge James T. Ronald House
Judge James T. Ronald House
February 20, 1975
(#75001859)
421 30th St.
47°35′55″N 122°17′34″W / 47.598611°N 122.292778°W / 47.598611; -122.292778 (Judge James T. Ronald House)
 
144 SS San Mateo
SS San Mateo
April 7, 1971
(#71000876)
Seattle waterfront
47°35′55″N 122°30′44″E / 47.598611°N 122.512222°E / 47.598611; 122.512222 (SS San Mateo)
 
145 Schmitz Park Bridge
Schmitz Park Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004247)
Spans Schmitz Park Ravine
47°34′38″N 122°24′08″W / 47.577222°N 122.402222°W / 47.577222; -122.402222 (Schmitz Park Bridge)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
146 Schooner Martha
Schooner Martha
November 5, 2001
(#01001205)
1010 Valley St., Suite 100
47°37′39″N 122°20′04″W / 47.6275°N 122.334444°W / 47.6275; -122.334444 (Schooner Martha)
Martha Moved to Port Townsend; see http://www.schoonermartha.org/
147 Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum
July 20, 2016
(#16000474)
1400 E. Prospect St.
47°37′49″N 122°18′51″W / 47.6303°N 122.3143°W / 47.6303; -122.3143 (Seattle Art Museum)
Now houses the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
148 Seattle Chinatown Historic District
Seattle Chinatown Historic District
November 6, 1986
(#86003153)
Roughly bounded by Main, Jackson, I-5, Waller, and Fifth
47°35′56″N 122°19′25″W / 47.598889°N 122.323611°W / 47.598889; -122.323611 (Seattle Chinatown Historic District)
 
149 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004909)
4721 Rainier Ave. South
47°33′36″N 122°17′09″W / 47.56°N 122.285833°W / 47.56; -122.285833 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
150 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004252)
731 N. 35th St.
47°39′04″N 122°20′49″W / 47.651111°N 122.346944°W / 47.651111; -122.346944 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
151 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004253)
7364 E. Green Lake Dr., N.
47°40′54″N 122°19′33″W / 47.681667°N 122.325833°W / 47.681667; -122.325833 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
152 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004250)
400 W. Garfield St.
47°38′02″N 122°21′41″W / 47.633889°N 122.361389°W / 47.633889; -122.361389 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
153 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004251)
5009 Roosevelt Way, NE
47°39′55″N 122°18′59″W / 47.665278°N 122.316389°W / 47.665278; -122.316389 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
154 Seattle Public Library
Seattle Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004249)
2306 42nd Ave., SW
47°34′58″N 122°23′01″W / 47.582778°N 122.383611°W / 47.582778; -122.383611 (Seattle Public Library)
part of the Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
155 Seattle Yacht Club
Seattle Yacht Club
May 10, 2006
(#06000370)
1807 Hamlin St.
47°38′50″N 122°18′32″W / 47.647222°N 122.308889°W / 47.647222; -122.308889 (Seattle Yacht Club)
 
156 Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish, Statue
Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish, Statue
April 19, 1984
(#84003502)
5th Ave., Denny Way, and Cedar St.
47°37′07″N 122°20′46″W / 47.618611°N 122.346111°W / 47.618611; -122.346111 (Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish, Statue)
 
157 Shafer Building
Shafer Building
December 13, 1995
(#95001445)
523 Pine St.
47°36′44″N 122°20′03″W / 47.612222°N 122.334167°W / 47.612222; -122.334167 (Shafer Building)
 
158 Showboat Theatre Upload image April 25, 1986
(#86000970)
University of Washington, 1705 N.E. Pacific St.
47°38′58″N 122°18′38″W / 47.649444°N 122.310556°W / 47.649444; -122.310556 (Showboat Theatre)
Demolished April 1994.[2]
159 Henry Owen Shuey House
Henry Owen Shuey House
December 5, 2002
(#02001487)
5218 16th Ave. NE
47°40′03″N 122°18′33″W / 47.6675°N 122.309167°W / 47.6675; -122.309167 (Henry Owen Shuey House)
 
160 Skinner Building
Skinner Building
November 28, 1978
(#78002756)
1300-1334 5th Ave.
47°36′35″N 122°19′57″W / 47.609722°N 122.3325°W / 47.609722; -122.3325 (Skinner Building)
 
161 Stimson-Green House
Stimson-Green House
May 4, 1976
(#76001890)
1204 Minor Ave.
47°36′43″N 122°19′26″W / 47.611944°N 122.323889°W / 47.611944; -122.323889 (Stimson-Green House)
 
162 Stuart House and Gardens
Stuart House and Gardens
April 14, 1983
(#83003345)
619 W. Comstock St.
47°37′47″N 122°13′52″W / 47.629722°N 122.231111°W / 47.629722; -122.231111 (Stuart House and Gardens)
 
163 Summit School
Summit School
October 4, 1979
(#79002540)
E. Union St. and Summit Ave.
47°36′49″N 122°19′28″W / 47.613611°N 122.324444°W / 47.613611; -122.324444 (Summit School)
 
164 Supply Laundry Building
Supply Laundry Building
April 23, 2013
(#13000209)
1265 Republican St.
47°37′22″N 122°19′51″W / 47.622831°N 122.330717°W / 47.622831; -122.330717 (Supply Laundry Building)
 
165 Temple de Hirsch
Temple de Hirsch
January 5, 1984
(#84003506)
15th Ave. and E. Union St.
47°36′48″N 122°18′40″W / 47.613333°N 122.311111°W / 47.613333; -122.311111 (Temple de Hirsch)
 
166 Will H. Thompson House
Will H. Thompson House
November 29, 1979
(#79002541)
3119 S. Day St.
47°35′26″N 122°17′26″W / 47.590556°N 122.290556°W / 47.590556; -122.290556 (Will H. Thompson House)
 
167 Times Building
Times Building
January 27, 1983
(#83003346)
414 Olive Way
47°36′47″N 122°20′12″W / 47.613056°N 122.336667°W / 47.613056; -122.336667 (Times Building)
 
168 Triangle Hotel and Bar
Triangle Hotel and Bar
May 3, 1976
(#76001892)
551 1st Ave., S.
47°35′49″N 122°19′58″W / 47.596944°N 122.332778°W / 47.596944; -122.332778 (Triangle Hotel and Bar)
 
169 Trinity Parish Church
Trinity Parish Church
September 26, 1991
(#91001440)
609 Eighth Ave.
47°36′19″N 122°19′31″W / 47.605278°N 122.325278°W / 47.605278; -122.325278 (Trinity Parish Church)
 
170 Turner-Koepf House
Turner-Koepf House
April 22, 1976
(#76001893)
2336 15th Ave., S.
47°35′01″N 122°18′43″W / 47.583611°N 122.311944°W / 47.583611; -122.311944 (Turner-Koepf House)
 
171 U.S. Courthouse
U.S. Courthouse
January 8, 1980
(#80004003)
1010 5th Ave.
47°36′26″N 122°19′48″W / 47.607222°N 122.33°W / 47.607222; -122.33 (U.S. Courthouse)
 
172 U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office
U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office
January 1, 1979
(#79002542)
815 Airport Way, S.
47°35′43″N 122°19′33″W / 47.595278°N 122.325833°W / 47.595278; -122.325833 (U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office)
 
173 U.S. Marine Hospital
U.S. Marine Hospital
December 21, 1979
(#79002543)
1131 14th Ave., S.
47°35′40″N 122°18′57″W / 47.594444°N 122.315833°W / 47.594444; -122.315833 (U.S. Marine Hospital)
Now known as the Pacific Medical Center.
174 Union Stables
Union Stables
April 23, 2013
(#13000210)
2200 Western Ave.
47°36′44″N 122°20′46″W / 47.612300°N 122.346110°W / 47.612300; -122.346110 (Union Stables)
 
175 Union Station
Union Station
August 30, 1974
(#74001960)
4th, S. and S. Jackson Sts.
47°35′56″N 122°19′38″W / 47.598889°N 122.327222°W / 47.598889; -122.327222 (Union Station)
 
176 United Shopping Tower
United Shopping Tower
August 18, 1980
(#80004004)
217 Pine St.
47°36′38″N 122°20′14″W / 47.610556°N 122.337222°W / 47.610556; -122.337222 (United Shopping Tower)
 
177 University Bridge
University Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004254)
Spans Lake Washington Ship Canal
47°39′12″N 122°19′08″W / 47.653333°N 122.318889°W / 47.653333; -122.318889 (University Bridge)
part of the Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
178 University Heights School
University Heights School
December 7, 2010
(#10000995)
5031 University Way NE
47°39′44″N 122°18′47″W / 47.662222°N 122.313056°W / 47.662222; -122.313056 (University Heights School)
 
179 University of Washington Faculty Club
University of Washington Faculty Club
July 18, 2016
(#16000464)
4020 E. Stevens Way
47°39′20″N 122°18′16″W / 47.655645°N 122.304537°W / 47.655645; -122.304537 (University of Washington Faculty Club)
 
180 U.S. Immigration Building
U.S. Immigration Building
September 14, 1987
(#87001524)
84 Union St.
47°36′28″N 122°20′20″W / 47.607778°N 122.338889°W / 47.607778; -122.338889 (U.S. Immigration Building)
 
181 Victorian Apartments
Victorian Apartments
December 18, 1990
(#90001864)
1234-1238 S. King St.
47°35′55″N 122°18′56″W / 47.5986°N 122.3156°W / 47.5986; -122.3156 (Victorian Apartments)
 
182 Virginia V
Virginia V
April 24, 1973
(#73001875)
4250 21st Ave., W.
47°37′55″N 122°22′54″W / 47.631944°N 122.381667°W / 47.631944; -122.381667 (Virginia V)
 
183 William Volker Building
William Volker Building
October 13, 1983
(#83004236)
1000 Lenora St.
47°37′06″N 122°20′30″W / 47.618333°N 122.341667°W / 47.618333; -122.341667 (William Volker Building)
Now part of Cornish College of the Arts.
184 Volunteer Park
Volunteer Park
May 3, 1976
(#76001894)
Between E. Prospect and E. Galer Sts., and Federal and E. 15th Aves.
47°37′50″N 122°18′52″W / 47.630556°N 122.314444°W / 47.630556; -122.314444 (Volunteer Park)
 
185 Wagner Houseboat
Wagner Houseboat
February 19, 1982
(#82004255)
2770 Westlake Ave., N.
47°38′45″N 122°20′45″W / 47.645833°N 122.345833°W / 47.645833; -122.345833 (Wagner Houseboat)
 
186 Wallingford Fire and Police Station
Wallingford Fire and Police Station
January 27, 1983
(#83003347)
1629 N. 45th St.
47°39′42″N 122°20′09″W / 47.661667°N 122.335833°W / 47.661667; -122.335833 (Wallingford Fire and Police Station)
 
187 Ward House
Ward House
March 16, 1972
(#72001277)
520 E. Denny Way
47°36′48″N 122°19′39″W / 47.613333°N 122.3275°W / 47.613333; -122.3275 (Ward House)
 
188 Washington Athletic Club
Washington Athletic Club
May 14, 2018
(#100002408)
1325 Sixth Ave.
47°36′35″N 122°20′00″W / 47.6098°N 122.3332°W / 47.6098; -122.3332 (Washington Athletic Club)
189 Washington Hall
Washington Hall
December 13, 2010
(#10001018)
153 14th Ave.
47°36′04″N 122°19′18″W / 47.601111°N 122.321667°W / 47.601111; -122.321667 (Washington Hall)
 
190 Washington Street Public Boat Landing Facility
Washington Street Public Boat Landing Facility
June 10, 1974
(#74001961)
S. Washington St. west of Alaskan Way
47°36′04″N 122°19′18″W / 47.601111°N 122.321667°W / 47.601111; -122.321667 (Washington Street Public Boat Landing Facility)
 
191 Wawona
Wawona
July 1, 1970
(#70000643)
Seattle Police Harbor Patrol Dock, foot of Densmore St.
47°38′43″N 122°20′21″W / 47.645278°N 122.339167°W / 47.645278; -122.339167 (Wawona)
 
192 West Point Light Station
West Point Light Station
August 16, 1977
(#77001336)
West of Fort Lawton.
47°39′44″N 122°26′04″W / 47.662222°N 122.434444°W / 47.662222; -122.434444 (West Point Light Station)
 
193 White Center Fieldhouse and Caretaker Cottage
White Center Fieldhouse and Caretaker Cottage
July 21, 2015
(#15000455)
1321 SW. 102nd St.
47°30′43″N 122°21′08″W / 47.5119°N 122.3521°W / 47.5119; -122.3521 (White Center Fieldhouse and Caretaker Cottage)
 
194 Wilke Farmhouse
Wilke Farmhouse
November 1, 1974
(#74001962)
1920 2nd Ave. North
47°38′12″N 122°21′06″W / 47.636667°N 122.351667°W / 47.636667; -122.351667 (Wilke Farmhouse)
 
195 Windham Apartments
Windham Apartments
August 2, 2006
(#06000669)
420 Blanchard St.
47°37′01″N 122°20′32″W / 47.616944°N 122.342222°W / 47.616944; -122.342222 (Windham Apartments)
 
196 Women's University Club of Seattle
Women's University Club of Seattle
July 10, 2009
(#09000507)
1105 6th Ave.
47°36′28″N 122°19′53″W / 47.60775°N 122.331383°W / 47.60775; -122.331383 (Women's University Club of Seattle)
 
197 Ye College Inn
Ye College Inn
February 25, 1982
(#82004256)
4000 University Way NE
47°39′26″N 122°18′42″W / 47.657222°N 122.311667°W / 47.657222; -122.311667 (Ye College Inn)
 
198 YWCA Building-Seattle
YWCA Building-Seattle
December 29, 2006
(#06001215)
1118 Fifth Avenue
47°36′28″N 122°19′58″W / 47.607906°N 122.332753°W / 47.607906; -122.332753 (YWCA Building-Seattle)
 
199 Zodiac (schooner)
Zodiac (schooner)
April 29, 1982
(#82004248)
Lake Union Dry Dock
47°37′56″N 122°19′38″W / 47.632222°N 122.327222°W / 47.632222; -122.327222 (Zodiac (schooner))
Home port is now in Bellingham, Washington.[3]

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location Summary
1 Adams School
Adams School
May 19, 1988
(#88000603)
July 16, 1990 2637 N.W. Sixty-second St.
2 Broadway High School
Broadway High School
1974
(#74002297)
1974 Broadway Ave. and E. Pine St.
Demolished in 1974.[17]
3 Girls' Parental School Upload image June 22, 1988
(#88000741)
July 16, 1990 6612 Sixty-fifth Ave., S.
4 Lacey V. Murrow Floating Bridge
Lacey V. Murrow Floating Bridge
April 29, 1987
(#87000866)
March 11, 1991 Lake Washington
Sank in 1990. Rebuilt.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on June 1, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Lisa Soderberg (October 1980). "National Architectural and Engineering Record Inventory Nomination: 12th Avenue South Bridge". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Seattle's 12th Avenue South (Dearborn Street) Bridge is built in 1911". Historylink.org. Retrieved 13 July 2013. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g Lisa Soderberg (August 1980). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination: Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  9. ^ Lisa Soderberg (October 1980). "Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation Inventory Nomination: 14th Avenue South Bridge". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  10. ^ Lisa Soderberg (July 1982). "Historic American Engineering Record Inventory Nomination: Arboretum Sewer Trestle". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  11. ^ Lisa Soderberg (September 1980). "National Architectural and Engineering Record Inventory Nomination: Aurora Avenue (George Washington Memorial) Bridge". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  12. ^ "Bridges and Roadway Structures". Seattle Department of Transportation. Retrieved 15 September 2013. 
  13. ^ Long, Priscilla (March 24, 2001). "WPA builds Cowen Park Bridge in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood in 1936". HistoryLink.org. Retrieved September 15, 2013. 
  14. ^ Lisa Soderberg (October 1980). "National Architectural and Engineering Record Inventory Nomination: Cowen Park Bridge". National Park Service. Retrieved February 26, 2016. 
  15. ^ (Announcements), National Park Service, 2013-01-11. The year of nomination is indicated by the first two digits of the ID number. Accessed online 2013-01-15.
  16. ^ M/V Vashon, Incident News, Emergency Response Division, Office of Response and Restoration, National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Department of Commerce. Original notice dated 7 June 1986. Retrieved 14 April 2011.
  17. ^ [1]

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