BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
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Restore vs. Raze
People may remember the diminutive 1920-era Spanish Mission-styled storefront at 119 YALE AVE. N. as the 911 Media Arts Center. It was designed to house one of the city's most important tile showrooms, Charles W. Rodgers. That accounts for the splendid facade wainscot and surrounds in irreplaceable Malibu tile. Today it houses Feathered Friends. But as the Denny Triangle becomes home to new mixed-use buildings and housing, this tiny, altered structure will probably disappear.