Vintage Bungalow Style House to be moved in North Seattle

From: Nickel Bros

Press contact: Jeff McCord (206) 933-9699

nickelbros.com

On the evening of Friday, October 17, 2014 and morning of Saturday, October 18, 2014 an Arts & Crafts style house will be moved in Seattle, WA from the Greenlake-Ravenna neighborhood to the Crown Hill neighborhood along the following roadways:

This home will be recycled in one piece and moved to a new location rather than being demolished. Re-using this home represents a savings of approximately 50 trees-worth of lumber being kept out of a landfill the equivalent of recycling paper for 60 years    of your life!

As the house is moved down the roadways, we ask that observers stay on the City sidewalks and observe all pedestrian crossing and traffic laws; even if the roadways appear temporarily open and free of cars as the house passes by, please treat the roads as though they are being used by traffic.

For your safety, and that of the public around you, please remain 50 feet back from the house as it travels by.

NOTICE: There will be some “NO PARKING” requirements in order to fit the house past tight spots along the route along certain streets listed above (with the exception of N 105th St and Holman Rd N).

To see if your street will be affected, please visithttp://www.seattlehousemove.com/route-map/ for the             specific zones subject to NO PARKING during the night of the move.

For general information, please visit: http://www.seattlehousemove.com

Cars WILL BE TOWED if parked in these zones during the following 12-hour time period: Friday, October 17, 2014, 8 p.m. until Saturday, October 18, 2014 8 a.m.