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10 skyscrapers under construction in and around downtown Seattle

...a couple of honorable mentions like the 39-story West Edge and the 36-story Third and Lenora project. A few of these projects hit that 40 mark exactly, but they soar up...

    10 skyscrapers under construction in and around downtown Seattle
    Seattle is rapidly growing and changing, with most neighborhoods undergoing an influx of development. Downtown, with its lack of height limits, is home to the most impressively massive projects though-buildings that will transform the city's iconic skyline.
    https://seattle.curbed.com

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WATCH: Timelapse of Seattle tunnel roadway being built

Seattle Tunnel Partners built the first 6,000 feet of the tunnel’s lower roadway by hauling panels from the south end of the tunnel to an area roughly underneath Virginia Street and First Avenue.

    WATCH: Timelapse of Seattle tunnel roadway being built
    Crews working on the Seattle tunnel moved north to finish building the final 3,000 feet of roadway for what will become the northbound lanes when the project is complete. Seattle Tunnel Partners built the first 6,000 feet of the tunnel's lower roadway by hauling panels from the south end of the tunnel to an area roughly underneath Virginia Street and First Avenue.
    http://mynorthwest.com

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Historic Preservation and the Illogical Dangers of Hyperbole

It makes sense to dissect Bertolet’s lead example, the Wayne Apartments on Second Avenue at Bell Street. Bertolet correctly describes the building as dilapidated and as being plunked on top of a...

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...are out of scale or that fill in gaps with unsympathetic designs. Bertolet points to 316 Alaskan Way S., a project he finds unreasonably denied in Pioneer Square, but he makes no mention of...

    Historic Preservation and the Illogical Dangers of Hyperbole - Queen Anne Historical Society
    I prepared this article in response to a misleading article published on December 22, by the Sightline Institute. A link to the article appears below. Today, January 17, 2018, the Landmarks Preservation Board (LPB) voted not to impose Controls and Incentives on the Wayne Apartment the recently landmarked building discussed by Mr. Bertolet and me.
    http://qahistory.org

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With hope for 2018 construction start, time to finalize design tweaks on $1.6B convention center expansion

...10 million in backing for the Pike-Pine Renaissance project to improve the streetscape of Pike and Pine between downtown and Capitol Hill. An initiative to lid I-5, another component of the...

    With hope for 2018 construction start, time to finalize design tweaks on $1.6B convention center expansion
    After three years of design review, the final touches on plans for the $1.6 billion expansion of the Washington State Convention Center are down to the nitty gritty. The refined massing, the updated glazing pattern, the landmark lighting plan - each will be broken down as the project takes what could be its final bow in front of the review board Tuesday night at City Hall.
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

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