So the pictures from the Columbia Tower. I wish the observation deck took a whole floors. That way I could get more pictures. The pictures have links to other pictures since I didn't want to post all of them.
Anyways, here's 5th & Yesler. It looks pretty nice from the top and will be a nice addition to that part of the city. Has anybody noticed that there's a happy face on the South side of the core? I have a couple pictures but I didn't feel like looking them up.
Then there's the Harborview Expansion which should be completed by this year. There's a lot of ground work and stuff. I wonder if more buses will pass by Harborview? Everytime I take the 4 or the 3 it's crowded in that area. The sidewalks are pretty wide now which is nice.
Skyline at First Hill seems to be on it's final floor and will soon top out. There's a lot of action going on at the top. This building went up fast.
And the main tower. Workers looked like busy little ants.
Escala will be a nice buildings once it's finished. I love how it just terminates the roadway [visually] as mhays pointed out. Glass is being installed in the 5th or 6th floors. You can see a bit of the Insignia site on the top of the picture.
Olive 8 again. Nice to see this building nearly completed. You can't see much of the crown from this angle but I imagine it will look awesome at night.
Now you can see the core of 1918 from the CT. The crane is pretty tall. Does the top of the crane seem to be at the 500 foot level?
No. Privacy. 1521 is too pretty for me not to be taking pictures. I'm gonna feel weird when I take pictures knowing that there are people probably watching me from inside.
Finally the Four Seasons. I like it. It's not that bad. And I passed by it today and there are some wood panels on the side next to the Lusty Lady. Looks nice. It will sure look pretty at night from West Seattle.
Does anybody know what's going on with Hotel 1? I saw some people [professional looking] talking today in the corner of that site but I'm not sure if they were talking about Hotel 1 or about 1521.
And I was looking at the skyline and thought about how Seattle would look so nice if low-rise buildings had green roofs. Pioneer Square would look beautiful. It's time to restore it to it's original beauty. Well, not too much because I wouldn't want to get rid of historic things.