The iconic Seattle City Light sign on 4th Ave S, which was originally built in the 1920’s, got a brand new makeover! Although the sign does not have Seattle landmark status, this is one of the few “CITY LIGHT” signs remaining from it’s era and has not been upgraded since the late 1980’s.
The SCL sign will now be illuminated by Optic Arts Flex Neon LED rope lighting that resembles the classic amber color of the original sign. However, the new lighting source also has the ability to display in many colors and combinations for special occasions in the city!
The complete “CITY LIGHT” sign is technically 18 separate signs for each letter with one set facing west and the other east towards I-5. Installation took two weeks with other 600 linear ft. of LED and a humungous crane provided by Western Crane.
Western Neon was pleased to work with the 10th largest public electric utility in the entire US and hope the locals still feel nostalgic when they see the “CITY LIGHT” remain in the SODO skyline.The iconic Seattle City Light sign on 4th Ave S, which was originally built in the 1920’s, got a brand new makeover! Although the sign does not have Seattle landmark status, this is one of the few “CITY LIGHT” signs remaining from it’s era and has not been upgraded since the late 1980’s.
The SCL sign will now be illuminated by Optic Arts Flex Neon LED rope lighting that resembles the classic amber color of the original sign. However, the new lighting source also has the ability to display in many colors and combinations for special occasions in the city!
The complete “CITY LIGHT” sign is technically 18 separate signs for each letter with one set facing west and the other east towards I-5. Installation took two weeks with other 600 linear ft. of LED and a humungous crane provided by Western Crane.
Western Neon was pleased to work with the 10th largest public electric utility in the entire US and hope the locals still feel nostalgic when they see the “CITY LIGHT” remain in the SODO skyline.
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