Mountaineers Clubhouse

Project details

Clark Design Group worked with the Mountaineers, a non-profit outdoor recreation club, to renovate the  former vehicle repair Building 67 in Warren G. Magnuson Park into their new clubhouse. The 17,500 square foot building was converted into a number of multi-purpose spaces, a bookstore, administrative offices, storage, and a library to house the club’s book and map collection. The multi-purpose spaces can be divided into five individual rooms or two large spaces for lectures, classes, social events and an international film festival. This space also houses an indoor climbing wall.

Site work included a 13,000 square foot outdoor plaza with an outdoor 80-foot-wide by 35-foot-high climbing wall. This amenity allows the Mountaineers to conduct outdoor skills courses at the clubhouse.

CDG’s services included architectural and interior design, permitting and presentations to the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department. Project scope included a full seismic retrofit, fire sprinkler system, and a new roof for this dilapidated 1941 that had been vacant for over 20 years.

Part of the Sand Point Historic District, Clark Design Group worked closely with the Parks Department and their environmental consultant to ensure that the historic character defining features of the building were kept intact.


Location:       Seattle, WA
Area:             17,500 SF
Cost:              N/A
Completion:    2008

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