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Refurbished Windows at Kirkland's Louis S. Marsh House

Refurbished Windows at Kirkland’s Louis S. Marsh House

It’s been over a year since we partnered with the King County Council to make a $28 million investment in our region’s cultural infrastructure through our historic Building for Culture grant, and we continue to see its effects throughout the region.  We’ve shared stories from some of the 102 organizations that received funding, but haven’t yet...
Landmarks Capital Awards Announced

Landmarks Capital Awards Announced

4Culture’s 2016 Landmarks Capital program will support a diverse array of projects to revitalize historic places across King County. This year, among 42 applicants, seven were new to the program. Twelve applicants were recommended for funding, with awards ranging from $14,471 to $30,000. Landmarks Capital grants go towards design, materials, and labor to repair and...
Apply for a Landmarks Capital Grant

Apply for a Landmarks Capital Grant

The entire community benefits when we make our historic buildings, neighborhoods, and landscapes a priority. We support projects large and small, urban and rural—if you own a historic landmark in King County, don’t miss this opportunity to apply for funds to repair or restore the historic character of your building. We fund design, materials, and...
Capital Funding for Landmarks

Capital Funding for Landmarks

Each year, 4Culture offers grants for construction projects that help restore, rehabilitate and preserve designated local landmarks throughout King County, Washington. Mark your calendars for this year’s Landmarks Capital application, which will become available mid-March and have a deadline of May 11, 2016. Through the Landmarks Capital program, historic property owners, both private and public,...
Capital Funding Available for Designated Landmarks

Capital Funding Available for Designated Landmarks

Deadline May 13th, 2015 4Culture’s annual Landmarks Capital program is open. Now through Wednesday, May 13th, private property owners, businesses, organizations and local governments who own or manage designated landmarks in King County can apply to this program for design, materials, and labor for rehabilitation projects. That means if you own, or hold a long-term...
The Last Alpine Facade in North Bend

The Last Alpine Facade in North Bend

Steve Teodosiadis, the owner of Georgia’s Bakery in downtown North Bend, was awarded a Landmarks Capital grant in 2014 to restore the original facade of the 1928 building. The process involved the removal of an alpine facade, the last of many installed in the 1970’s to give downtown North Bend a Bavarian feel. 4Culture has funded four de-Alpining projects over the past ten...
A Quarter Million for Historic Properties

A Quarter Million for Historic Properties

2014 Landmarks Capital Awards This year was a banner year for 4Culture’s Landmarks Capital program. We received a record 40 applications, 22 of which were NEW applicants to the program and several from private property owners that had NEWLY designated landmarks. All of which is quite impressive, even if we do say so ourselves. The...
Landmark Capital Application Workshops

Landmark Capital Application Workshops

Applications due May 14 Grant applications are now available for funding to help repair, restore or rehabilitate your historic property through our annual Landmarks Capital program. Workshops are being offered to private property owners, public agencies and nonprofit organizations that own a designated local landmark in King County, WA to assist in preparing successful applications....
Landmarks Capital Applications Due May 14th

Landmarks Capital Applications Due May 14th

Grant applications are now available for funding to help repair, restore or rehabilitate your historic property. 4Culture’s annual Landmarks Capital program is open to private property owners, public agencies and nonprofit organizations that own a designated local landmark in King County, WA. If you are seeking funding to hire professionals and/or purchase materials for your...
Annual Grant Program for Landmarks - Coming Soon!

Annual Grant Program for Landmarks – Coming Soon!

Looking for funding to repair that original wood porch on your 1902 Queen Anne-style house? Or to retore your business’ 1940s storefront? Then Save the Date! for Wednesday March 19th, when the 2014 guidelines and application will open for 4Culture’s Landmarks Capital program. This program supports “bricks and mortar” projects that help preserve designated local...
Critical Conservation at the Local Level

Critical Conservation at the Local Level

Announcing the 2013 Landmarks Capital Awards The 4Culture Board recently awarded $258,006 to support the rehabilitation of nineteen local landmarks around King County, through the new Landmarks Capital program. This program replaces 4Culture’s old Landmarks Rehab & Landmarks Challenge Grants programs, increasing the overall funding available for “bricks & mortar” projects throughout the county. This...
Workshops underway for Landmarks Capital funding

Workshops underway for Landmarks Capital funding

A series of drop-in workshops for 4Culture’s new Landmarks Capital program began this week at the Kent Library. Workshops will continue at various locations through April 24, leading up the application deadline on May 8, 2013. Landmarks Capital supports “bricks and mortar” projects that help preserve designated local landmarks all around King County. We fund...