What are the most endangered places in Washington?
The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation announced its annual list of Most Endangered Places in the State of Washington on Saturday, May 20th. The announcement came during the annual fundraiser, Vintage Washington, held this year at the Saint Edward State Park Seminary Building in Kenmore.
The Most Endangered Places list for 2017 includes:
1. Beverly Bridge • 1909 • Beverly
2. Cascade Workers' Cottages • 1911 • Seattle
3. Valley Schoolhouse • 1916 • Valley
4. Parlor Car #1799 • 1901 • Clinton
5. Scottish Rite Cathedral • 1922 • Tacoma
6. Weyerhaeuser Corporate Campus • 1971 • Federal Way
To view the announcement video, click HERE
We are thrilled to present the announcement video for the 2017 Most Endangered Places list that debuted this past Saturday at Vintage Washington:
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Most Endangered Places list. Since 1992, the Washington Trust has used the program to bring attention to over 160 threatened sites nominated by concerned citizens and organizations across the state. The Washington Trust assists advocates for these resources in developing strategies aimed at removing these threats, taking advantage of opportunities where they exist, and finding positive preservation solutions for listed resources.
For more information about the Most Endangered Places program and to see still photos of each 2017 endangered place, please visit our website by clicking HERE. You may also contact Preservation Services Coordinator, Jennifer Mortensen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-624-9449.