Amazon seeks landmark status for iconic Elephant Car Wash sign

The sign, which is currently undergoing restoration, will be reinstalled “at an associated site in close proximity to the original location.”

SEATTLE — Amazon is asking for landmark status for the iconic Elephant Car Wash sign that was donated to the company in 2020 after being removed from its original location along Denny Way.

The sign, which is currently undergoing restoration, will be reinstalled “at an associated site in close proximity to the original location,” according to a report from the Landmarks Preservation Board.

The sign is one of two that was removed from the former site of the Elephant Car Wash next to Denny

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