The $12.5 million Capital Campaign for Cascade Public Media will secure a permanent new home for KCTS 9 and Crosscut, ensuring that current and future residents of the Pacific Northwest have reliable, community-driven media for decades to come.
After 40 years, we're being forced to move.
In 1984, we entered into a 40-year land lease with the City of Seattle and constructed a building at the northeast corner of the Seattle Center. The City will not be renewing this lease and we must move by the end of 2023.
Good news: We found our new home!
Cascade Public Media will move to a pre-existing 44,317 square foot building in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. The space is well suited for the needs of KCTS 9 and Crosscut and is ideally located within communities we serve and among those with whom we hope to build a deeper connection.
Launching the Capital Campaign
Capital Project Vlog #1: We're excited to bring you the first video blog (vlog) from Jabran Soubeih, VP of Engineering and Technology. This vlog shows 316 Broadway as we acquired it from Childhaven, who purpose-built the facility as a child and family services center. Jabran details the remodeling plans on the first and second floors, focusing on the events and community gathering spaces.
On October 6, 2022 we held our annual Day of Giving--this year directing funds to the Capital Campaign. In response to our rallying cry, our membership collectively donated $250,000, which was matched 1:1 by commitments from a group of major donors and raised $500,000 total.
On September 19, 2022 we published a press release on the $12.5M Capital Campaign and announced our public phase with a Day of Giving campaign.
Ways to Give
Interested in learning more?
You can also contact Rob and Kerry directly.
To learn more about Cascade Public Media and our Capital Campaign, download the Capital Campaign Booklet (PDF).
- Barbara Bennett
- Jay Causey
- Mike Humphries
- Anne Repass
- Stan Rosen
- Judith Schoenecker
- Cynthia Stroum
- Tammy Young
KCTS 9 is an award-winning PBS television station serving Washington State and British Columbia.
Crosscut is a regional news site that focuses on in-depth, public interest journalism.
Residents in the Pacific Northwest rely on KCTS 9 and Crosscut to feature local content and stories they can’t find anywhere else.
We provide a place for community conversations that activate our civic life. A space where people can be part of the dialogue, no matter their differences of opinion.
To set up multi-year donations, make a stock gift or receive more information on Cascade Public Media's Capital Campaign, please contact Rachel Patterson, Capital Campaign Manager, at email@example.com. 401 Mercer Street, Seattle WA 98109