Private developer to restore historic National Park seminary building

The Washington State Park System currently foots the bill for Saint Edward Seminary, a long-neglected and damaged local treasure located inside a state park in Kenmore, Washington, outside of Seattle.

Now, private developer Kevin Daniels, whose firm has restored such Seattle buildings as King Street Station, Union Station and the Starbucks Center, wants to turn the building into a national-park-lodge-style hotel, complete with a spa.

Parks planner Michael Hankinson says “For 90 years, the public has only seen the building from the outside. If done right, the renovation will enhance the public’s use.

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