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Summary for 7700 SAND POINT WAY / Parcel ID 0225049062 / Inv # 0

Historic Name: NAS Seattle Building 67 - Garage Common Name:
Style: Art Deco Neighborhood:
Built By: Year Built: 1941
 
Significance
Built in 1941, Building 67 functioned as a repair garage for the naval air station. More recent uses included a motor pool, offices, and vehicle repair.
 
Appearance
This two-story, Art Deco–influenced, L-shaped building is sited between Sand Point Way NE and the former railroad spur. The nearest buildings are the Boiler Plant, the Engine Overhaul and Repair Shop, and the Storehouse (Building 5). A poured concrete foundation supports poured concrete and brick walls. The southernmost section of the building has a flat roof, while the northern sections have a small gable and a hip-on-flat roof. Alterations include the addition of a rock climbing wall along the southeast side and modifications to the entrances in the southwest walls. Many windows have been replaced.

Detail for 7700 SAND POINT WAY / Parcel ID 0225049062 / Inv # 0

Status:
Classication: Building District Status: NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR, NR
Cladding(s): Brick, Concrete Foundation(s): Concrete - Poured
Roof Type(s): Gable, Hip Roof Material(s): Metal - Standing Seam
Building Type: Defense - Military facility Plan: L-Shape
Structural System: Concrete - Poured No. of Stories: two
Unit Theme(s): Architecture/Landscape Architecture, Military
Integrity
Changes to Plan: Intact
Changes to Windows: Moderate
Changes to Original Cladding: Moderate
Changes to Interior: Extensive
Major Bibliographic References

Photo collection for 7700 SAND POINT WAY / Parcel ID 0225049062 / Inv # 0


Photo taken May 07, 2009

Photo taken May 07, 2009

Photo taken May 07, 2009

Photo taken May 07, 2009

Photo taken May 07, 2009
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