As our cityscape has changed over the past decade, one company has been preserving our historic and community places. Combining preservation, sustainability, and great architectural design, Daniels Real Estate has maintained our past while inspiring our future. From repositioning the former Sears building into Starbuck’s Center to the preservation and reuse of Union Station, King Street Station, Merrill Place, Cadillac Hotel, First United Methodist Church — and bringing the first homeownership opportunity to Pioneer Square in over 40-years by artistically blending historic and new at Gridiron Condominiums.

For over three decades, the Daniels team has taken on the most difficult projects, which has earned the firm and its employees three National Preservation Awards as well as many local and state awards for historic preservation.

Now this visionary team is focused on the preservation of the former Seminary located at St. Edward State Park in Kenmore. Enveloped by 326-acress of natural park land and trails, the former seminary building is being meticulously restored as a lodge getaway and landmark experience. When it opens in the summer of 2020, visitors will discover a civic treasure maintaining its historic integrity while inviting new and lasting memories to be made.

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