List of Seattle landmarks

The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, part of the Department of Neighborhoods of the city of Seattle, Washington, United States, designates city landmarks.[1] According to the department's official website, the following are designated landmarks; the list should be complete as of March 2010.

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All designated landmarks are added to chapter 25.32 of the Seattle municipal code and are approved via legislative action from the Seattle City Council.

Seattle landmarksEdit

Name Location Image Date listed Description
55 Bell Street 55 Bell Street
777 Thomas Street[2] 777 Thomas Street  
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June 15, 2014
(124501)
Admiral's House 2001 W. Garfield Street  
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March 11, 2013
(124135)
Admiral Theater 2343 California Avenue S.W.
47°34′54″N 122°23′12″W / 47.58167°N 122.38667°W / 47.58167; -122.38667 (Admiral Theater)
 
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December 13, 1993
(116972)
Ainsworth & Dunn Warehouse 2815 Elliott Avenue   Two-story brick warehouse. (The ground floor was later retrofitted for use as an Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant,[3] in operation from 1970 to 2016.)
Alexander Hall 315 West Bertona Street  
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February 18, 2014
(124424)
Part of Seattle Pacific University and the first building built on the campus.
American Meter and Appliance 1001 Westlake Ave N  
Anhalt Apartment Building 1005 E. Roy Street   December 24, 1979
(108731)
Anhalt Apartment Building 1014 E. Roy Street   May 14, 1979
(108227)
Anhalt Apartment Building 1600 E. John Street
 
July 22, 2013
(124236)
Ankeny-Gowey House 912 2nd Avenue. W  
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June 13, 2011
(123625)
Arboretum Aqueduct Lake Washington Boulevard E. at E. Foster Island Road
47°38′33″N 122°17′52″W / 47.64250°N 122.29778°W / 47.64250; -122.29778 (Arboretum Aqueduct)
 
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December 13, 1976
(106070)
Arctic Building 306 Cherry Street
47°36′13″N 122°19′55″W / 47.60361°N 122.33194°W / 47.60361; -122.33194 (Arctic Building)
 
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December 13, 1993
(116969)
B. F. Day School[4] 3921 Linden Avenue N.  
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Ballard Carnegie Library[5] 2026 NW Market Street
47°40′8″N 122°23′0″W / 47.66889°N 122.38333°W / 47.66889; -122.38333 (Ballard Carnegie Library)
 
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July 22, 2013
(124227)
Ballard/Howe House 22 W. Highland Drive  
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May 14, 1979
(108226)
Bank of America Building / Seattle First National Bank Building 566 Denny Way  
Bank of California Building 815 2nd Avenue
47°36′15″N 122°20′4″W / 47.60417°N 122.33444°W / 47.60417; -122.33444 (Bank of California Building)
 
Barnes Building 2320 First Avenue
 
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October 23, 1978
(107754)
Barksdale House 13226 42nd Avenue   August 5, 2013
(124244)
Baroness Apartments 1005 Spring Street  
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November 30, 2010
(123487)
Battelle Talaris 4000 NE 41st Street  
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Beacon Hill First Baptist Church 1607 S. Forest Street   December 28, 1981
(110349)
Bell Building 2326 First Avenue
 
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October 23, 1978
(107753)
Belltown Cottages 2512, 2512A & 2516 Elliot Avenue  
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July 14, 2003
(121220)
Belroy Apartments 703 Bellevue Avenue E.  
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April 9, 2012
(123857)
Ben Bridge Jewelers Street Clock 409 Pike Street  
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Benton's Jewelers Street Clock 3216 N.E. 45th Street
 
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Bethany Presbyterian Church (Seattle, Washington) 1818 Queen Anne Avenue N.  
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April 21, 1986
(112801)
Black Manufacturing Building 1130 Rainier Avenue S.   September 8, 1987
(113601)
Black Property 316 Florentia St  
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December 28, 1981
(110353)
Bleitz Funeral Home 4055 SW Holgate St.  
Bloss House 4055 SW Holgate St.   March 26, 2012
(123846)
Bon Marché 300 Pine Street  
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October 16, 1989
(114772)
Bon Marché Stables 2315 Western Ave   June 4, 2009
(122995)
Boren Investment Company Warehouse 334 Boren Ave N.  
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June 13, 2014
(124494)
Bowen/Huston Bungalow 715 W. Prospect Street  
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September 10, 1984
(111887)
Bower/Bystrom House 1022 Summit Avenue E.   May 14, 1979
(108214)
Boyer/Lambert House 1617 Boyer Avenue E.   February 22, 1983
(111021)
Brace/Moriarty House 170 Prospect Street   December 22, 1980
(109586)
Brasa Building / Metropolitan Printing Press 2107 Third Ave.   September 5, 2014
(124550)
Brehm Brothers Houses 219 & 221 36th Avenue E.
 
December 24, 1979
(108734)
Bressi Garage 226 First Ave N
Bricklayers Building 318 Fairview Ave N
Brill Trolley     August 21, 1978
(107621)
Broad Street Substation 319 6th Ave N (125783)
Brooklyn Building 1222 2nd Avenue
 
September 29, 1986
(113088)
Bryant Elementary School 3311 N.E. 60th Street  
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September 16, 2002
(120916)
C.H. Black House & Gardens 615 W. Lee Street   April 16, 1990
(115036)
California Avenue Substation (now Dakota Place Park) 4304 S.W. Dakota Street  
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June 13, 2011
(123624)
Camlin Hotel 1619 9th Avenue  
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Canterbury Court 4225 Brooklyn Avenue NE
Capitol Hill United Methodist Church
Also known as First Methodist Protestant Church of Seattle
128 16th Avenue E.  
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Carmack House 1522 E. Jefferson   Demolished April 28, 2015[6]
Castle Apartments 2132 2nd Ave  
Carroll's Jewelers Street Clock 1427 4th Avenue
 

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Now at MOHAI, South Lake Union.
Cedar Park Elementary School[7] 13224 37th Ave NE  
Central Building[8] 810 Third Ave  
Century Square Street Clock 1529 4th Avenue
 
Century 21 Coliseum / KeyArena 305 Harrison St  
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Chamber of Commerce Building 215 Columbia Street.  
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Central Waterfront Piers Piers 54, 55, 56, 57 & 59  
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Charles Bussell House (Eastman/Jacobsen) 1630 36th Avenue  
Charles P. Dose House 2121 31st Ave S  
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Cheasty Boulevard South    
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Chelsea Apartment Building
Originally Chelsea Family Hotel
620 W. Olympic Place  
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Chiarelli-Dore House[9] 843 NE 100th Street  
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Chinese Community Bulletin Board 511 7th Avenue S.  
Church of the Blessed Sacrament and Rectory 5041 9th Avenue N.E.  
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April 16, 1980
(109732)
Catholic parish, run by Dominican friars
Cleveland High School 5511 15th Avenue S.  
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Coca-Cola Bottling Plant 1313 E. Columbia St.  
Coliseum Theater Building N.E. corner of 5th Avenue & Pike Street  
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Colman Building 801-821 First Avenue  
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Part of "1st Avenue Groups/Waterfront Center".
Colman School 2300 S Massachusetts St  
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(122950)
Colonnade Hotel/Gatewood Apartments 107 Pine St  
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Colonial Hotel 1119 First Avenue  
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Part of "1st Avenue Groups/Waterfront Center".
Community Psychiatric / Bush Roed & Hitchings Office 2009 Minor Ave E
Concord Elementary School 723 S. Concord Street  
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Cooper House 225-227 14th Avenue E.  
Cooper School 4408 Delridge Way S.W.  
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Cotterill House 2501 Westview Drive W.  
Cowen Park Bridge 15th Avenue N.E. between Cowen Place N.E. and N.E. 62nd Street  
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Daniel Bagley School 7821 Stone Ave N  
Daniel Webster School 3014 NW 67th St  
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Later Nordic Heritage Museum
Dearborn House 1117 Minor Avenue  
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Decatur Building 1521 6th Avenue  
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De la Mar Apartment Building 115 W. Olympic Place  
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Denny's Restaurant / Manning's Cafeteria (Demolished)[10][11] N.W. Market Street & 15th Avenue N.W.  
Dexter Horton Building 710 2nd Avenue
 
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Donahoe Building / Bergman Luggage 1901 - 1911 3rd Avenue  
Douglass-Truth Library 2300 E. Yesler Way  
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Doyle Building / J.S. Graham Store 119 Pine Street  
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Dr. Annie Russell House 5721 8th Avenue NE  
Drake House 6414 22nd Avenue N.W.  
Dunlap Elementary School 8621 48th Avenue S.
 
Duwamish Railroad Bridge Railroad lines south of the Spokane Street Bridge over Duwamish Waterway
 
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Eagles Temple Building/ACT Theater 1416 7th Avenue  
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East Republican Street Stairway Between Melrose Avenue E. and Bellevue Avenue E.  
Eastern Hotel 506 1/2 Maynard Avenue S.  
Egan House (Seattle) 1500 Lakeview Blvd.  
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Eitel Building 1501 2nd Avenue
 
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El Rio Apartments 1922–1928 9th Avenue
 
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Ellsworth Storey Historic Cottages Group 1706–1816 Lake Washington Boulevard S. and 1725–1729 36th Avenue S.  
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Ellsworth Storey Houses 260 and 270 Dorffel Drive E.  
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Emerson Elementary School 9709 S. 60th Street  
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Epiphany Chapel 3719 E. Denny Way  
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Exchange Building 821 2nd Avenue  
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Excursion Boat Virginia V    
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Fairmount Park School 3800 SW Findlay Street  
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Fashioncraft Building[12] 2022 Boren Avenue  
Fauntleroy Community Church and YMCA 9260 California Avenue S.W.  
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Fir Lodge / Alki Homestead Restaurant 2727 61st Avenue S.W.  
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Fire Station #2 2318 4th Avenue  
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Fire Station #3 301 Terry Avenue  
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Fire Station #5 925 Alaskan Way  
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Fire Station #6 101 23rd Avenue  
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Fire Station #13 3601 Beacon Avenue S.  
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Fire Station #14 3224 4th Avenue S.  
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Fire Station #16 6846 Oswego Place N.E.  
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Fire Station #17 1010 N.E. 50th Street  
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Fire Station #18 5427 Russell Avenue N.W.  
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Fire Station #23 722 18th Avenue S.  
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Fire Station #25 1400 Harvard Avenue  
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Fire Station #33 10235 62nd Avenue S.  
Fire Station #37 7302 34th Avenue S.W.  
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Fire Station #38 5503 33rd Avenue N.E.  
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Fire Station #41 2416 34th Avenue W.  
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Fireboat Duwamish    
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First African Methodist Episcopal Church 1522 14th Avenue  
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First Avenue Groups / Waterfront Center 1001–1123 First Avenue, 94-96 Spring Street, and 1006–1024 Western Avenue  
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Grand Pacific Hotel 1115 First Avenue  
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Part of "1st Avenue Groups/Waterfront Center".
First Church of Christ Scientist 1519 E. Denny Way  
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First Covenant Church 1500 Bellevue Ave  
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First United Methodist Church 811 5th Ave  
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Fisher-Howell House 2819 Franklin Avenue E.  
Fischer Studio Building 1519 Third Avenue
 
Fitch/Nutt House[13] 4401 Phinney Avenue N.  
Flatiron Building, also known as Triangle Hotel and Bar 551 First Avenue S.
 
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Ford Assembly Plant Building 1155 Valley Street  
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Fort Lawton Chapel 3801 W. Government Way  
Fort Lawton Landmark District: Administrative Building, Band and Barracks, Civil Employees' Quarters, Guard House, Post Exchange and Gymnasium Building, Quartermaster's Stable 3801 W. Government Way  
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1411 Fourth Avenue Building 1411 Fourth Avenue  
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Fourteenth Avenue West Group 2000–2016 14th Avenue W.  
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Franklin High School[4] 3013 S. Mt. Baker Boulevard  
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Frederick & Nelson Building (now Nordstrom) 500-524 Pine Street
 
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Fremont Bridge 4th Avenue N. and Fremont Avenue N. over Lake Washington Ship Canal
 
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Fremont Hotel 3421-3429 Fremont Avenue N.  
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Fremont Library 1731 N. 35th Street  
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Fremont Trolley Barn / Red Hook Ale Brewery 3400 Phinney Avenue N.  
Galbraith House / Seattle Mental Health 1729 17th Avenue  
Garfield High School[4] 400 23rd Avenue  
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Gas Works Park    
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Gaslight Inn[14] 1727 15th Avenue  
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Gatewood School[4] 4320 S.W. Myrtle Street
 
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George Washington Memorial Bridge / Aurora Bridge Aurora Avenue N. over Lake Washington Ship Canal  
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Georgetown City Hall 6202 13th Avenue S.  
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Georgetown Steam Plant 6511 Ellis Avenue S.  
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German House (formerly Assay Office) 613 9th Avenue  
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Gibbs House 1000 Warren Avenue N.  
Golden Gardens Bath House 8001 Seaview Avenue N.W.  
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Good Shepherd Center 4647 Sunnyside Avenue N.  
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Great American Food and Beverage Co. Street Clock 3119 Eastlake Avenue E.   Great American Food and Beverage Co. became Lake Union Cafe and has been strictly a catering venue for at least a decade. Clock was knocked over by a truck some time after 2006.
Great Northern Building 1404 4th Avenue  
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Green Lake Library 7364 E. Greenlake Drive N.  
Greenwood Jewelers Street Clock 129 N. 85th Street  
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Guiry Hotel 2101–2105 1/2 First Avenue  
Hainsworth / Gordon House 2657 37th Avenue S.W.  
Handschy / Kistler House 2433 9th Avenue W.  
Harborview Medical Center (Center Wing of East Hospital) 325 Ninth Avenue  
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Harvard Mansion 2706 Harvard Avenue E.  
Hat n' Boots 6910 E. Marginal Way S. (now moved to Oxbow Park)  
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Hay School[4] 2100 4th Avenue N.  
Hebrew Academy / Old Forest Ridge Convent and Site 1617 Interlaken Drive E.  
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Hiawatha Playfield 2700 California Avenue S.W.  
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Hillcrest Apartment Building 1616 E. Howell Street  
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Hoge Building 705 2nd Avenue  
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Holyoke Building 107 Spring Street  
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Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Co. Street Clock 720 2nd Avenue   Was at 703 3rd Avenue when it was landmarked.
Horace Mann School (Seattle) 2410 E Cherry Street  
Horiuchi Mural Seattle Center  
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Hull Building 2401–2405 First Avenue  
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Immaculate Conception Church 820 18th Avenue
 
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Immanuel Lutheran Church 1215 Thomas Street  
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Italianate Victorian Pair 208 and 210 13th Avenue South  
James W. Washington, Jr. Home and Studio 1816 26th Avenue  
Japanese Language School, also known as Nihon Go Gakko 1414 S. Weller Street  
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Jensen Block 601-611 Eastlake Avenue E.  
John B. Allen School 6532 Phinney Avenue N.  
Josephinum / New Washington Hotel 1902 2nd Avenue
 
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Joshua Green Building 1425 4th Avenue  
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Judge Ronald House[15] 421 30th Ave S  
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Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Co. Building 1525 11th Avenue  
The Kenney (a.k.a. Kenney Seaview Building) 7125 Fauntleroy Way SW  
Kinnear Park 988 W. Olympic Place  
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Kobe Bell Seattle Center  
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Kraus / Andersson House 2812 South Mount St. Helens Place  
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Kubota Gardens 9727 Renton Avenue S.  
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L'Amourita Apartment Building 2901–2917 Franklin Avenue E.  
Lacey V. Murrow Bridge and East Portals of the Mount Baker Tunnels    
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Lake City Library 12501 28th Avenue N.E.  
Lake City School[4] 2611 NE 125th St.  
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Lake Union Steam Plant and Hydro House 1179 Eastlake Avenue E.  
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Lake Washington Bicycle Path E. Interlaken Boulevard between Delmar Drive E. and 24th Avenue E.  
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Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center 104 17th Avenue S.  
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Latona Hotel (Ace Hotel)[16] 2419–2423 First Avenue  
Latona School[4] 401 N.E. 42nd Street  
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1935 Building, Laurelhurst Community Center 4554 N.E. 41st Street  
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Leamington/Pacific Hotel and Apartments 317 Marion Street  
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Leona / Park Ridge Apartments 916 Queen Anne Avenue N.  
Licton Springs 9536 Ashworth Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103  
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2019[17]
Liggett / Fourth and Pike Building 1424 Fourth Avenue
 
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Lightship Relief / Swiftsure Historic Ships Wharf, 860 Terry Avenue N.  
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Under restoration since 2008; oldest U.S. lightship afloat and last with its original steam propulsion machinery
Lincoln Park / Lincoln Reservoir and Bobby Morris Playfield (now Cal Anderson Park) 1000 E. Pine Street  
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Lloyd Building 601 Stewart Street
 
Log House Museum Building 3003 61st Avenue S.W.  
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Louisa Building 5220 20th Avenue N.W.  
Loyal Heights School 2501 NW 80th Street  
Lyon Building 607 3rd Avenue  
MV Malibu    
MY Thea Foss    
Madison Middle School[4] 3429 45th Avenue S.W.  
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Magnolia Library 2801 34th Avenue W.  
Mann Building 1411 3rd Avenue  
Martha Washington School 6612 65th Avenue South  
Maryland Apartments 626 13th Avenue E.  
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McFee / Klockzien House 524 W. Highland Drive  
McGilvra School[18] 1617 38th Avenue E  
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McGraw Square/Place 5th Avenue & Westlake Avenue  
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Medical Dental Building 509 Olive Way  
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MGM Building 2331 Second Avenue  
Montlake Bridge and Montlake Cut Montlake Boulevard E. between N.E. Pacific Street and E. Shelby Street  
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Montlake Community Center 1618 E. Calhoun Street  
Montlake School[19] 2409 22nd Avenue E  
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Moore Mansion 811 14th Avenue E.  
Moore Theatre and Hotel Building 1932 2nd Avenue  
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Mount Baker Presbyterian Church 3201 Hunter Boulevard S  
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Myers Music Street Clock Columbia City   Was at 1206 1st Avenue when it was landmarked.
Myron Ogden House 702 35th Avenue  
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North Queen Anne Drive Bridge Over Wolf Creek Canyon  
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Nathan Eckstein Junior High School[4] 3003 N.E. 75th Street  
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Naval Reserve Armory 800 Terry Ave. N.  
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National Building 1018 Western Ave  
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Part of "1st Avenue Groups/Waterfront Center".
National Cash Register Building 1923 Fifth Avenue  
Nelson/Steinbrueck House 2622 Franklin Avenue E.  
Neptune Building and Neptune Theatre[5] 1303 NE 45th Street  
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New Age Christian Church 1763 N.W. 62nd Street  
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New Pacific Apartment Building 2600–2604 First Avenue  
New Richmond Laundry 224 Pontius Avenue N.  
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North East Library 6801 35th Avenue N.E.  
Norton Building 801 Second Avenue [20]
 
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Northwest Rooms and International Fountain Pavilion Seattle Center  
Norvell House 3306 N.W. 71st Street  
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Old Broadway School (including Broadway Performance Hall of Seattle Central Community College) Block bounded by Broadway, East Pine Street, Harvard Avenue and East Olive Street  
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Old Main Street School 307 6th Avenue S.  
Old Norway Hall 2015 Boren Avenue  
Olympic Tower (originally United Shopping Tower) 217 Pine Street
 
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Olympic Warehouse and Cold Storage Building, also known as Agen Warehouse 1203–1207 Western Avenue
 
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P-I Globe[21] 1101 Elliott Avenue W.
 
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Globe-shaped neon sign, built in 1948 to advertise the Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper. Designated by the Landmarks Preservation Board in 2012.[22]
P. P. Ferry House / Old Deanery of St. Mark's Cathedral 1531 10th Avenue E.  
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Pacific McKay and Ford McKay (demolished) 601-615 Westlake Avenue N.  
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Pacific Medical Center/U.S. Marine Hospital 1200 12th Avenue S.  
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Pacific Net & Twine Building 51 University Street  
Pacific Science Center 200 2nd Avenue N./Seattle Center  
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Palladian Apartments a.k.a. Calhoun Hotel 2000 Second Avenue  
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Pantages House 803 E. Denny Way  
Paramount Theater Building 901 Pine Street
 
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Parker-Fersen House 1409 E Prospect Street  
Parsons House 618 W. Highland Drive  
Parsons Gardens West of 618 W. Highland Drive  
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Pier 59 1415 Alaskan Way  
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Pioneer Sand and Gravel Company Building 901 Harrison Street   April 14, 2016
(125022)
Providence Hospital 1910 Building 528 – 17th Avenue  
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Puget Sound Power and Light Co. Utilities Building 800 Aloha Street  
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Queen Anne Boulevard Certain streets on Queen Anne Hill (shown in red in image at right)  
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Queen Anne High School 215 Galer Street  
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Queen Anne Library 400 W. Garfield Street  
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Queen Anne Water Tank#1 1410 First Avenue N.  
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Querio House Listed at 9326 7th Avenue S., now at 9364 7th Avenue S.  
Rainier Club 810 4th Avenue  
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Rainier Cold Storage & Ice / Seattle Brewing & Malting Company Building 6000-6004 Airport Way S.  
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Ramsing House 540 N.E. 80th Street  
RKO Distributing Company Building 2312-16 2nd Avenue  
Rohrer House 122 37th Ave. E.  
Roosevelt High School[4] 1410 N.E. 66th Street  
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Rosen House 9017 Loyal Avenue N.W.  
Salmon Bay Bridge (Burlington Northern Bridge No. 4) Railroad lines over Lake Washington Ship Canal in Ballard  
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Samuel Hyde House 3726 E. Madison Street  
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San Remo Apartment Building 606 E. Thomas Street  
Sand Point Naval Air Station Historic District[23] Magnuson Park  
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Satterlee House 4866 Beach Drive S.W.  
Schillestad Building 2111 First Avenue  
Schmitz Park Bridge Admiral Way over Schmitz Park Ravine  
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Schoenfeld Building[24] 1012 1st Avenue   Also known as Standard Building.
Schooner Wawona Historic Ships Wharf, 860 Terry Avenue N.  
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Documented and dismantled March 2009; was last lumber schooner in the Pacific Northwest
Seaboard Building (formerly Northern Bank and Trust Building) 1506 Westlake Avenue
 
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Statue of Chief Seattle Tilikum Place; at intersection of 5th Avenue, Denny Way, and Cedar Street  
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Seattle Asian Art Museum at Volunteer Park 1400 E. Prospect Street  
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Seattle Center House / a.k.a. The Armory 305 Harrison Street  
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Seattle Empire Laundry 2301 Western Avenue / 66 Bell Street  
Seattle Japanese Garden 1075 Lake Washington Blvd E  
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Seattle First Baptist Church 1121 Harvard Avenue
 
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Seattle First Buddhist Church 1427 S Main St.  
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Seattle Labor Temple 2800 First Avenue  
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Seattle Monorail    
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Seattle National Bank Building (United Way) 720 Second Avenue  
Seattle Times Building 1120 John Street  
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March 11, 1996
(118046)
Demolished in 2016.
Seattle Tower 1212 3rd Avenue  
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Seattle Yacht Club 1807 E. Hamlin Street  
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Securities Building 1907 Third Avenue
 
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Seventh Church of Christ Scientist 2555 8th Avenue W  
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Seward Park Inn / Seward Park Annex 5900 Lake Washington Boulevard S.  
Seward School[4] 2515 Boylston Avenue E.  
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Shafer Building / Sixth and Pine Building 515 Pine Street
 
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Shuey House (a.k.a. Henry Owen Shuey House) 5218 16th Avenue N.E.  
Sigma Kappa Mu 4510 22nd Avenue N.E.  
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Sixth Church of Christ Scientist 2656 42nd Avenue SW  
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Smith Tower 506 2nd Avenue  
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Snagboat W.T. Preston Now on dry land in Anacortes, Washington  
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Sorrento Hotel 900 Madison Street  
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Space Needle 219 4th Avenue N.  
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St. James Cathedral, Rectory and Site 9th Avenue and Marion Street  
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St. Joseph's Church 732 18th Avenue  
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St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral 1714 13th Avenue  
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St. Nicholas/Lakeside School 1501 10th Avenue E.  
St. Spiridon Russian Orthodox Cathedral 400 Yale Avenue N.  
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Stevens School[4] 1242 18th Avenue E.  
Stimson-Green Mansion 1204 Minor Avenue  
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Stuart/Balcom House 619 W. Comstock Street  
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Designed by architect Abraham H. Albertson
Summit School / Northwest School 1415 Summit Avenue  
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Supply Laundry Building 1265 Republican Street  
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Temple De Hirsch Old Sanctuary 1500 Union Street  
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Mostly demolished 1993; only part of the façade remains
Terminal Sales Building 1932 1st Avenue
 
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Terminal Sales Annex 1931 2nd Avenue
 
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Terry Avenue Building 320 Terry Avenue N.  
The Theodora 6559 35th Ave NE   More images
Thompson/LaTurner House 3119 S. Day Street  
Times Square Building 414 Olive Way  
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Town Hall Seattle (former Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist)[5] 1119 Eighth Avenue  
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Treat House (a.k.a. Harry Whitney Treat House) 1 W. Highland Drive  
Trinity Parish Episcopal Church 609 8th Avenue  
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Troy Laundry Building 311-329 Fairview Avenue N.  
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Mostly demolished in 2015; only part of the façade remains
Tugboat Arthur Foss Historic Ships Wharf, 860 Terry Avenue N.  
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World's oldest wooden tugboat; Washington State Heritage Flagship
Twenty-Third Avenue Houses Group 812-828 23rd Avenue
 
20th Avenue NE Bridge Through Ravenna Park  
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U.S. Immigration Building 84 Union Street  
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Union Stables[25] 2200 Western Ave  
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University Heights Elementary School[4] 5031 University Way N.E.  
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University Library 5009 Roosevelt Way N.E.  
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University Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage 4142 Brooklyn Avenue N.E.  
University Presbyterian Church 4555 16th Avenue N.E.  
Van Vorst Building 413-421 Boren Avenue N.  
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Victorian House 1414 S. Washington Street  
Victorian Row Apartment Building 1236–1238 S. King Street  
Villa Costella 348 West Olympic Place  
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Volunteer Park[26]    
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Volunteer Park Conservatory 1400 E. Galer Street  
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Wallingford Center / Interlake School[4] 4416 Wallingford Avenue N./1815 N. 45th Street  
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Wallingford Fire and Police Station 1629 N. 45th Street  
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Ward House 520 E. Denny Way  
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Washington Athletic Club[27] 1325 6th Avenue
 
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Washington Hall[28] 14th Avenue and Fir Street  
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Wayne Apartments[29][30] 2214–2224 Second Avenue
 
West Earth Co. Street Clock 406 Dexter Avenue N.  
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Clock was dismantled February 2015 and shipped to Essence of Time, Lockport, New York for overhaul and restoration. It is intended to be reinstalled when construction of a new building on this corner is completed.
West Queen Anne Elementary School 515 W. Galer Street  
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West Queen Anne Walls 8th Place W. between W. Galer Street and W. Highland Drive  
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West Seattle High School[4] 4075 S.W. Stevens Street
 
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West Seattle Library 2306 42nd Avenue S.W.  
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White Motor Company Building 1021 E. Pine Street
 
William Tell Hotel 2327 Second Ave.  
Wilson-Pacific School (Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School) 1330 N 90th St
 
Wilsonian Apartments 4700-4720 University Way N.E.
 
Windham Apartments 420 Blanchard Street  
Wintonia Hotel 1431 Minor Avenue  
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Women's University Club of Seattle[31] 1105 Sixth Avenue  
Yesler Houses (H. L. Yesler's First Addition, Block 32, Lots 12, 13 & 14) 103, 107 and 109 23rd Avenue  
Yesler Terrace Steam Plant 120 8th Avenue  
YMCA Building 909 4th Avenue
 
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YWCA Building 1118 Fifth Avenue  
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  1. ^ "Nomination and Designation Processes". Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle. Retrieved June 29, 2011.
  2. ^ Gordon, Karen (6 February 2013). "777 Thomas Street designation" (PDF). City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board.
  3. ^ "Report on Designation: Ainsworth & Dunn Warehouse" (PDF). Landmarks Preservation Board, City of Seattle. September 2, 2014. p. 10. Retrieved 2017-01-05.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Listed in "Landmarks A–Z". Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle. Retrieved May 28, 2012. but not in Table of Historical Landmarks, Seattle Municipal Code, retrieved May 28, 2012.
  5. ^ a b c Several familiar buildings received landmark status this November, Front Porch: [Seattle] Department of Neighborhoods News and Events, 2012-11-26. Accessed online 2012-12-10.
  6. ^ Knute Berger, Landmark mansion is demolished, quietly, Crosscut.com, 2015-05-04. Accessed online 2015-11-13.
  7. ^ Cedar Park Elementary School designation
  8. ^ Central Building designation
  9. ^ Chiarelli-Dore House designation
  10. ^ Sanjay Bhatt, Surprise: Denny's declared landmark, Seattle Times, February 21, 2008. Accessed online 15 March 2008.
  11. ^ Despite designating the building as a landmark the Landmarks Preservation Board gave permission for the building to be demolished. See Stuart Eskenazi, Landmarks Preservation Board gives owner OK to tear down Ballard Denny's, Seattle Times, May 22, 2008. Accessed online 20 June 2008.
  12. ^ Fashioncraft Building Designated a Seattle Landmark , MAin2 (blog of Historic Seattle), 2012-01-05. Accessed online 2012-12-10
  13. ^ Report on Designation: Fitch/Nutt House, City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board. Accessed online 26 November 2008.
  14. ^ Bryan Cohen, Capitol Hill’s Gaslight Inn wins Seattle landmark status, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, 2015-10-07. Accessed 2015-10-07.
  15. ^ Judge Ronald House designation
  16. ^ Latona/Ace Hotel designation
  17. ^ Naomi Ishisaka (2019-11-04). "Hidden spring in Seattle park wins landmark designation after hard-fought effort". Seattle Times. Retrieved 2019-11-04.
  18. ^ Wendy Watson, Two Elementary Schools are Seattle’s Newest Landmarks, frontporch.seattle.gov, 2015-05-26. Accessed online 2015-11-13.
  19. ^ Montlake School designation
  20. ^ Norton Building Designation
  21. ^ "Individual Landmarks". City of Seattle. Retrieved August 25, 2014.
  22. ^ "Report on Designation: Seattle Post-Intelligencer P-I Globe" (PDF). The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board. 2012. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-03-24. Retrieved January 24, 2017.
  23. ^ Former Sand Point Naval Air Station Designated as a Historic District, MAin2 (Historic Seattle's Preservation Blog), 18 March 2011. Retrieved 22 March 2011.
  24. ^ Schoenfeld Building designation
  25. ^ Union Stables designation
  26. ^ Community Advocacy: Volunteer Park Seattle Landmark Designation Archived 2014-03-17 at the Wayback Machine, Historic Seattle, undated (part of 2012 Awards list). Accessed online 2012-12-10
  27. ^ KING5.com Staff, Washington Athletic Club designated a historical landmark, KING-5 News, March 30, 2009. Accessed online 2009-05-04.
  28. ^ Dominic Holden, Washington Hall Designated as Historic Landmark, Slog (The Stranger's blog), 2009-01-09. Accessed online 2009-05-04.
  29. ^ Board votes to save Belltown’s 125-year-old apartment building, KIRO-TV, 2015-10-07. Accessed 2015-10-08.
  30. ^ Fight to save 'heart and soul' of Belltown in Seattle, KING-TV, 2015-10-08. Accessed 2015-10-08.
  31. ^ "Parcel ID 0942000255". Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Retrieved 2014-12-28.
  32. ^ (1) "Landmarks A–Z". Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle. Retrieved June 29, 2011., updated based on access June 11, 2015; (2) "Landmarks List". Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle. Retrieved 2019-11-14. (3) Table of Historical Landmarks, Seattle Municipal Code, retrieved March 15, 2008 5:28 PM PDT and updated Table of Historical Landmarks, Seattle Municipal Code, retrieved May 27, 2012. This one also includes several long-gone buildings that had landmark status, such as the Jolly Roger Roadhouse, burned in an arson fire October 19, 1989. Table is archived on the Internet Archive (version of 2012-07-28).