AKA: City of Seattle, Fire Department (SFD), Fire Station #6, Third Station, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - public buildings - fire stations

Designers: Stuart, Bertram D., Architect (firm); Susan D. Boyle (architect); Richard Cardwell (architect); Bertram Dudley Stuart Jr. (architect)

Dates: constructed 1931-1932

101 23rd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144-2301

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Bertram Dudley Stuart, Jr., (1885-1977) designed the third facility for Fire Station #6 in 1931-1932. The Woodbridge/Montgomery, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1980), p. 152, mistakenly spelled the architect's surname as "Stewart."

Morse Stafford Partnership created an historic preservation study of the Fire Station #6 in 1983.

Cardwell/Thomas and Associates Architects supervised a remodeling effort of the station's interior, repair of the roof and windows, installation of a new HVAC system, and the addition of 1,210 square feet on its south side. For its sensitivity to the original station design, Cardwell/Thomas received an AIA Seattle Chapter Design Award in 1987. Don Shimono Associates supervised landscape alterations in 1988; Studio Jaso directed a window replacement project at the station in 1998; an exhaust system upgrade occurred in 1999, overseen by Architectural Interior Design Association.

PCAD id: 9246