Washington Hall Renovation
Washington Hall has consistently functioned as a performance space since its construction in 1908 but had fallen into disrepair in the last few decades and was in danger of demolition before Historic Seattle acquired the building in June of 2009. Our approach to renovating Washington Hall is to retain existing historic fabric and features; repair where needed; and replace in-kind if needed. The restoration of Washington Hall is a $9.8 million project, which is being implemented in three phases:
Phase I – $2.3 million for property acquisition and stabilization…this phase has been achieved.
Phase II – $700,000 for urgently needed roof replacement and rebuild of damaged south wall…this phase is also completed; and
Phase III – $6.8 million for seismic retrofit, ADA compliance, fire safety upgrades, finishes, and performance and operating space build-out.
The Campaign’s Critical Third Phase
Now and in the months ahead, Historic Seattle will be embarking on the third—and final—phase of the Washington Hall Capital Campaign. The momentum on the Washington Hall Restoration Campaign is growing! With the first two phases completed and active involvement of our community partners, this beautiful community space is taking shape and the promise of this vision is on its way to full realization.
To Make a Gift or To Learn More
Thank you for your interest in the campaign to restore Washington Hall. For more information about the campaign to Restore Washington Hall or to get involved in the campaign, please contact:
Kathleen Brooker, Executive Director of Historic Seattle Foundation, at (206) 622-5444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Caine—Sirius Advice at (206) 380-2795 or email@example.com
Paul Haas—Sirius Advice at (206) 356-4801 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to talking with you about bringing new life to this wonderful performance hall!