The Historic Panama Hotel was built in 1910 and is the only one in the country with an intact Historic Bathhouse in such good original condition and the location for the Allied Arts Beer & Culture Event – The Fate of Seattle’s URM Buildings: Should we Demolish or Save? which will be held on September 17th at 6 PM.
The Historic Panama Hotel is the perfect venue to hold this event. A National Landmark building since 2006, at the base of this Historic property was the center of daily life in Nihonmachi Japantown, the communal bathhouse site which served generations of Nisei (Japanese Americans) prior to World War II. Of the hundreds of Japanese Bathhouses across the country, this particular bathhouse is the only one intact today in such good original condition.
Only (5) fortunate individuals will be selected from our raffle that evening to take a tour of the Historic Panama Hotel bathhouse. Jan Johnson, Historic Panama Hotel owner and Allied Arts Board Member is donating the space for the event and tour.
The Allied Arts Beer & Culture will feature a panel of experts who will share information and updates on potential impacts to hundreds of buildings with unreinforced masonry bearing walls (URM) in Seattle.
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Be one of five to draw the winning raffle ticket!
Panama Hotel Tea House, 605 1/2 S Main Street