AKA: Seattle Public Library, Northgate Branch, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - social and civic buildings - libraries

Designers: Miller Hull Partnership, LLP (firm); Robert E. Hull (architect); David Edward Miller (architect)

Dates: constructed 2006

10548 5th Avenue NE
Northgate, Seattle, WA 98125-7202

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Building History

This branch opened 07/15/2006; a community center was located directly behind the library on Fifth Avenue, NE. The Northgate Branch Library possessed a collection of 40,000 books and cost $6.7 million. It contained 10,000 square feet of space. The site also accommodated the Northgate Community Center, costing $8.8 million and a park, costing $4.8 million.

Building Notes

The Miller/Hull Partnership LLP designed the Northgate Library, Community Center and Civic Park at the same time.

PCAD id: 6579