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May 16, 2018

2 Seattle buildings now landmarks

Crescent-Hamm Building

Seattle City Council has approved landmark designation ordinances for the Crescent-Hamm Building in West Seattle and the Pacific Architect & Builder Building in Eastlake.

The city's Landmarks Preservation Board approved the nomination, designation and controls and incentives, and staff provided the draft ordinances to the council.

The Crescent-Hamm Building at 4302 S.W. Alaska St./4559 California Ave. S.W. was designed by Victor Voorhees and built in 1926.

The Pacific Architect & Builder Building at 1945 Yale Place E. was designed by A.O. Bumgardner. It was built in 1960.

There are more than 400 landmarks in the city.