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Capitol Hill’s Holy Names, reportedly Washington’s oldest continually operating school, has a modern problem: parking. Officials from the all-girl, private Catholic high school will meet with neighbors Tuesday night to discuss its plans to demolish and rebuild the 21st Ave E’s campus’s gymnasium with a new gym built on top of levels of underground parking for around 240 vehicles.
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By Frankie Godoy, UW News Lab/Special to CHS
20 hours ago
State budget deal brings more than $200M to power Capitol Hill projects including new Hugo House, County Doctor dental clinic
Coming soon: the Hugo House Writers Center on 11th Ave (Image: Weinstein A+U)
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A second attempt at a design for the development which will rise from Broadway’s Bonney-Watson funeral home seemed to impress members of the Pike Pine Urban Neighborhood Council last week. The design review board will consider the new plan this week.
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First Hill Streetcar service began this week in 2016