Stadium District, Tacoma, Washington

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Stadium-Seminary Historic District
Tacoma, WA - First Presbyterian Church cupola 05.jpg
The cupola of the First Presbyterian Church, one of many notable buildings in the Stadium District
Stadium District, Tacoma, Washington is located in Washington (state)
Stadium District, Tacoma, Washington
Location Roughly bounded by 1st, I, and 10th Streets and shoreline
Coordinates 47°15′53.3″N 122°26′56.8″W / 47.264806°N 122.449111°W / 47.264806; -122.449111
Area approximately 200 acres (81 ha)
Built 1888-1930
Architect multiple
Architectural style Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Châteauesque, Neoclassical Revival, Mission style
NRHP reference # 77001353[1]
Added to NRHP August 23, 1985

The Stadium District is a neighborhood of the north end of Tacoma, Washington, USA. It is named after Stadium High School, a historic landmark.

The district is located between the affluent North Slope residential neighborhood and the Hilltop neighborhood. The area shares more in common with Tacoma's downtown owing to its urban nature and large population of apartment-dwelling working class residents. The area consists primarily of businesses, apartment & condominium buildings, some with views of Commencement Bay. Like most of downtown Tacoma, the area is gentrifying.[2]

A panorama of the eponymous cliffside stadium of Stadium High School


  1. ^ Gallacci, Caroline A. "Stadium-Seminary Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Keniston-Longrie,, Joy; Longrie, Kelsey; Longrie, Amberose (September 1, 2010). Tacoma's Stadium District. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 978-0738580692. 

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Coordinates: 47°15′47″N 122°27′23″W / 47.26306°N 122.45639°W / 47.26306; -122.45639