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Just south of the Volunteer Park Water Tower is a historic street referred to as Millionaire's Row. On this section of 14th Avenue East, citizens that helped define Seattle and the Pacific Northwest built their homes in the early part of the 20th century. Most of the Millionaire's Row houses still stand, and changes made to them over the years have been generally minor.
This web site serves two purposes. First, it documents Millionaire's Row. It provides a history of each house, and of the street itself. Second, Seattle Millionaire's Row has been recognized as an historic district in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and this web site conveys the rationale for that designation.
Please let us know via the 'Contact' link at the top of this page if you have any questions about Millionaire's Row, any additional information about the street, or any corrections to this web site.
Take a walking tour of the street, and learn about the history of each house.
See a variety of Millionaire's Row postcards from the early 20th century.
Another name for Millionaire's Row is Volunteer Parkway. Learn why.
Read about the historical events and trends that led to the creation of Millionaire's Row.
Learn how the people of Millionaire's Row influenced local and national history.
Seattle's Millionaire's Row became a National Historic District in 2021. Download the final nomination document. Warning: it's 18MB.