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DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY 2/20/19

DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY CARNATION GARAGE – 444 W CATALDO

  • At the request of the owner, the SHLC will:
  • Hearing Purpose:
  • Per 17D.100.230, SHLC Determines Eligibility
  • Standards Used:
  • Per 17D.100.230, National Register – 36 CFR 60
  • Outcome:
  • Eligible or Ineligible for Spokane/National Register

DOWNTOWN BOUNDARY AREA 17D.100.230

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

  • 1927 (above) and 1930 (right)

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

  • 1954

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

  • 1956

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

  • 1967

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

CARNATION GARAGE - 444 W CATALDO

TO BE ELIGIBLE UNDER 36 CFR 60 A PROPERTY MUST:

  • Meet basic guidelines for age and resource category
  • Be associated with an important historic context
  • Retain historic integrity of those features necessary to convey its significance.
  • Source: National Register Bulletin 15: How To Apply The National Register Criteria for Evaluation

RESOURCE AND AGE CATEGORY

  • Eligible Resource Category:
    • “A property must be classified as a district, site, building, structure or object”
    • The property qualifies as a “Building”
  • Eligible Age:
    • The Carnation Garage consists of two buildings constructed in 1914 and 1928 and meets the 50 year age criteria
  • Source: National Register Bulletin 15: How To Apply The National Register Criteria for Evaluation

ELIGIBILITY: CRITERION A

  • A. That are associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history
  • Criterion/Category A – The Carnation Garage meets the eligibility Criterion A for its association with the Auto Interurban Bus company and the development of early motor vehicle and bus transportation in the Spokane Region from the mid-1920s through the 1950s.

ELIGIBILITY: CRITERION B

  • B. That are associated with the lives of significant persons in or past (NPS Bulletin 15).
  • B – The building is not associated with a significant person in Spokane’s history, thus not eligible under B

ELIGIBILITY – CRITERIA C

  • The building at 444 W Cataldo, although poorly maintained, conveys a distinctive form and is characteristic of industrial buildings of its late-1920s period.
  • As evidenced by the signature of the wood forms on the front and west facades, the building is an early example of poured-in-place concrete construction in Spokane.
  • The reinforced concrete post and beam and clear span steel truss structure -- that allow a wide-open garage floor -- are also relatively rare for 1920s Spokane.
  • The symmetry and detailing of the multi-light steel sash windows, and the glazed terra cotta block parapet add a rich texture to the formed concrete.

SUMMARY

  • Property is an Eligible Resource Category?
  • Yes
  • Property is an Eligible Age?
  • Yes
  • Fit Within a Historic Context?
  • Yes – Broad Patterns of History related to Spokane’s Transportation history
  • Integrity?
  • Yes

STAFF RECOMMENDATION

  • The building at 444 W Cataldo is eligible for listing on the Spokane and/or National Register based on the National Register Criteria for Evaluation (36 CFR 60 or Spokane Register Criteria) under Category A – Broad Patterns of Spokane History for its association with the Auto Interurban Bus Service and its place in Spokane’s transportation development
  • The property retains integrity from the time it was essentially doubled in size by the Auto Interurban company and is eligible under Criterion C as a characteristic example of an industrial buildings from the late-1920s

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS FOR DEMOLITION

  • Although the garage building is eligible for listing in the Spokane Register/National Register under Category/Criterion A and C; staff recommends that the demolition permit Certificate of Appropriateness be approved
  • Based on 17D.100.230, the SHLC reviews the replacement structure for the following:
    • The replacement structure has a footprint that is larger than the existing building
    • A review of the replacement structure will be reviewed through the Design Review Board process (ensuring that the replacement meets applicable zoning and design guidelines);
    • Proof of financial ability to construct the replacement structures before the hold on the demolition permit may be lifted
    • $500 demolition fee toward the Historic Preservation Incentives Fund


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