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Old Posted May 12, 2018, 3:18 AM
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From my recent trip to Seattle.


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Old Posted May 12, 2018, 6:55 PM
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We might have a flurry of starts this month.

The two-tower 1200 Stewart project got drill rigs last week, which sounds like shoring will start. That's twin 44-story residentials and multiple retail levels. They're updating the permits to go from 40 to 44 stories and delete a below-grade parking level...something like 1,000 units and 700 spaces though I'm confused about versions (might be more like 900 units?).

The 40-story 600 Wall apartments fenced, removed the parking lot equipment and a giant billboard, and added signage. No activity yet but they said they hope to start shoring mid-month a couple weeks ago.

The 40-story 2014 Fairview apartments got a revised shoring permit I think a couple weeks ago (reducing the below-grade parking) and has a tiny excavator onsite that might be related to utility relocations. They tore down the former building months ago.

The two 33-story apartments at 707 Terry could be days from a shoring permit, though it's unclear. Fencing and equipment are onsite.

(The City of Seattle just adopted a HORRIBLE website for tracking these things. You can't watch the progress of an individual permit anymore...it's just "reviews in process" until it happens.)
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Old Posted May 12, 2018, 10:04 PM
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Seattle really punches above it's weight considering it's just now approaching the 4 million residents mark. The skyline is very impressive and easily competes with metro areas that are much larger.
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