The Good Shepherd Center, a historic building built in 1906, is an excellent example of Italian architecture with its Corinthian columns and stone work. Originally serving as a shelter for destitute women, the building was bought over by the City of Seattle in 1975 and was listed in their National Register of Historic Places. The center is the hub of musical activity for the Good Shepherd community, with a number of music studios located on the top floor. The center also has a 150 seater performance area which is complemented by a wooden floor, columns and a stage. NonSequitur, a non-profit music organization performs twelve of their shows per month at this venue.
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