Capitol Hill Community Post | Public Notice Conover House Landmarks Nomination

From the Department of Neighborhoods

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE LANDMARKS PRESERVATION BOARD to consider Landmark Nominations for the Following Properties:

 Conover House 1620 16th Avenue

 The Landmarks Preservation Board will consider this nomination at its meeting on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at 3:30 p.m. in Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Avenue, Floor L2, Room L2-80 “Boards & Commissions”. 

 This was originally set for March 6th, but has been rescheduled.

The public is invited to attend the meeting and make comments.  Written comments should be received by the Landmarks Preservation Board at the following address by May 14, 2019, by 3:00 p.m.: Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, Dept. of Neighborhoods, P.O. Box 94649, Seattle WA 98124-4649 (mailing address).

A copy of each of the Landmark Nominations is available for public review at the Capitol Hill Branch Library, 425 Harvard Avenue East, 684-4715.  A copy of the Landmark Nomination will also be available for public review at the Department of Neighborhoods Office, at Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Ave, 4th Floor, telephone: 684-0228. The nomination is also posted on the Department of Neighborhoods website:  under the heading of “Current Nominations.”


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5 thoughts on “Capitol Hill Community Post | Public Notice Conover House Landmarks Nomination

  1. I’m wondering if I read the report correctly. The actual property owner is requesting a landmark review while planning redevelopment of both the home and the adjacent parking lot? Would this be unusual?
    Normally I would imagine that if redevelopment was the goal research and possible discovery of historical value would he undesirable.
    I’m just becoming familiar with the process and would appreciate a kind interpretation on this point.

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