1. The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Saving Places: The exterior of the third floor is adorned with 29 signature carved walrus heads, which originally bore authentic Alaskan ivory walrus tusks.
2. Mayflower Park Hotel
Saving Places: The Mayflower Park’s façade is renowned for its unique terra cotta detailing, which isrecognized as some of the finest in Seattle.
3. Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington
Saving Places: The Japanese Cultural & Community Center has served as a school, museum, gathering place, cultural center and even emergency housing for resettling Japanese Internment Camp internees after WWII.
4. King Street Station (SEA)
Saving Places: The clock tower is modeled after the Campanile di Piazza San Marco in Venice,
5. The 5th Avenue Theatre
Saving Places: The 5th Avenue Theatre was built in 1926 with its interior modeled after the crowning achievements of Chinese architecture.
6. Town Hall Seattle
Saving Places: Built as the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, Town Hall Seattle has been a First Hill landmark for nearly 90 years, making the transition from religious to secular use with grace.
7. Earthworks Park
Saving Places: Internationally acclaimed as a rare example of Bauhaus style landscape design, Earthworks serves as functional public art as well as a stormwater detention dam for Mill Creek.
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