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Preserving a National Historic Landmark in Seattle's Japantown: The Panama Hotel
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Preserving a National Historic Landmark in Seattle's Japantown:  The Panama Hotel
Historic Seattle, in collaboration with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is working with Panama Hotel owner, Jan Johnson, to develop a long-term plan that preserves this unique historic property. 

Built in 1910, the Historic Panama Hotel stands at the heart of Seattle's Nihonmachi, Japantown, and has served generations of Seattle's Japanese-American community.  The hotel, which has been in continuous operation, houses one of the few remaining Japanese communal bathhouses (Sento) preserved intact.  

Artifacts Consulting, Inc of Tacoma was brought in to prepare a Historic Structures Report (HSR).  The HSR offers short-, mid-, and long-term treatment recommendations for the structure, its spaces, and collections.  

To download a copy of the HSR and to learn more, go to Historic Seattle's Preservation blog MAin2. 

For additionals details or questions, you can contact Eugenia Woo, Director of Preservation Services, at eugeniaw@historicseattle.org or (206) 622-6952, ext. 245. 

Photo credit:  Panama Hotel owner Jan Johnson describing the bathhouse in the basement. Shown with Michael Sullivan, Principal, Artifacts Consulting, Inc. (right) and Horace Foxall, Jr. (left), historic architect and past member of the Board of Advisors for Washington State, National Trust for Historic Preservation.  Eugenia Woo 


Posted: September 11, 2014
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