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The Theodora in Northeast Seattle

The (former) Theodora building in northeast Seattle, located on 35th Ave NE closest to the corner of NE 68th Street, went through a transition to new use and became a regular apartment building called The Mod in the year 2016. … Continue reading

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Requiem for the Big Green House

Some neighborhoods of Seattle have any number of houses which are one hundred years old or older, but in Wedgwood the number of hundred-year-old houses is very small.   One was the Big Green House at 7321 35th Ave NE … Continue reading

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Historic Preservation: Northwest Modern Architecture in North Seattle

The Seattle Landmark Ordinance provides that a structure may be eligible for historic preservation if it is at least twenty-five years old.  Commercial buildings and private homes designed in more recent architectural styles, such as Northwest Modern, may come up … Continue reading

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Wedgwood’s Big Green Hundred-Year-Old House

A house which is one hundred years old can hold a lot of history – and some mystery.  Although we have traced the ownership history of the Big Green House at 7321 35th Ave NE, researchers have not been able … Continue reading

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