Welcome to Building 30 West
Building 30 West sits at the heart of the Sand Point Naval Air Station Historic District and is now home to 32 artist studios, a public gallery and a historic event space, the Officers Club.
Magnuson Park Gallery
7448 63rd Avenue NE
Visit us upstairs and down the hall
from the Officers Club.
Open by appointment only.
Inside, Outside; Apart of Nature
A virtual exhibition featuring the works of Elizabeth Perkins.
To see the exhibition, click HERE.
The gallery presents exhibits from guest curators, emerging artists, and outside collections and provides a public and accessible forum for the arts in Northeast Seattle.
Click on the image below for a short video peek at the past, and prepare to visit in the future!
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For information about renting the gallery space for an event or exhibit (maximum occupancy 49),
For information about leasing an artist studio in Building 30 West, please contact:
Magnuson Park Tenant Coordinator
Historic, beautiful and unique, this Art Deco room and bar is a special place for celebrations and gatherings of all kinds.
Visit Magnuson Park's event venue rental page for more information.
In 2013, the City of Seattle completed a
$9 million renovation of this 1938 U.S. Navy building and airplane hangar, creating a vibrant arts and cultural hub within the park to benefit the region.
This project included seismic, fire safety and ADA improvements. In addition to activating the previously vacant west wing, the renovation maintained and created space in the east wing for organizations like EarthCorps, Thistle Theatre, PlantAmnesty, Bats Northwest, and Club Northwest.. It also reopened the raw, useful hangar space and created another small to mid-size rental venue, the Workshop.
In 2014, Building 30 received
LEED Gold certification.
To rent the Officers Club, the Hangar or the Workshop, please visit Magnuson Park's
event venue rental page for more information.
To inquire about renting the gallery, please email:
more about BUILDING 30