STORY

1895

Frederick William Anhalt is born near Canby, Minnesota.

Before real estate,
Anhalt worked in
a butcher shop.

Defining Seattle

Fred Anhalt was a self-taught designer and builder whose work defines many Seattle neighborhoods. Inspired by English castles, Anhalt embraces the Tudor Revival style.

simple &
thoughtful.

ANHALT WANTED TO

create multifamily apartment buildings with units that feel like homes.

WHAT IS

Tudor Revival?

While its name refers to 16th-century Tudor period in England, the style is more loosely based on late Medieval English prototypes and includes decorative details from Renaissance and Arts & Crafts.

Character

Open courtyards, private entrances, diligent maintenance, and Tudor Revival style characterize Anhalt’s buildings

1931

Anhalt opens offering 21 apartments.

The community
created by Anhalt’s
designs was cherished
by longstanding
tenants, many
enjoying their homes
for decades.

Revival of
a Revival

2014

Continuing Anhalt’s legacy, the 1600 E John address was reconverted from the Group Health office space that inhabited it from 1969—2009 back into apartment homes in 2014.

The (Re)Conversion

This address was dubbed “Anhalt” and dual efforts were employed to revive it—restoration and modernization.

historic
brick
masonry

decorative
stucco

half-timber
detailing

turreted stair
tower

all fully preserved
& restored.

24

original units revived

15

new units added
in modern building.

His philosophy lives on through

open community spaces

adjoining the classic with the modern.

sustainable energy efficiency

is implemented into
the Anhalt by the developers.

Through a partnership with the National
Trust for Historic Preservation’s
Preservation Green Lab, the City of
Seattle Department of Planning and
Development, and the property owners,
Anhalt has been identified as the first
and only multifamily energy code
demonstration project.

iconic design
for a new generation.

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