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Seattle: New Trolley Barn & 13-story developmet for P Square
From the Seattle times:
An on-again, off-again plan to develop a critical parcel of land in Pioneer Square is on again, and with it, hopes for restarting the waterfront trolley are being revived.
Two influential Pioneer Square community groups have given preliminary support to developer Gregory Smith's proposal to construct a 130-foot-tall building on a parking lot across from the newly redone Occidental Square Park. The current height limit there is 100 feet.
This is a great project for Pioneer Square but I don't understand what the point of including the Trolley Barn since by the time this project is complete, the trolley will have to shut down again for the Viaduct construction which will take nearly a decade to complete.