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Old Posted Apr 18, 2005, 9:22 AM
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SEATTLE | Downtown Projects: Completed, U/C, Proposed/Approved





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North Lot




Viktoria Apartments (1915 Second)




2301 6th Ave (Insignia) Two 40 floor condos




225 Cedar St




815 PINE 40 floors




8th and Seneca




2030 8th Ave




2720 4th Ave




Amazon.com Complex






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8th & Pine (Ava) 45 floors




2000 Third Ave




2nd and Pike (West Edge Tower)




5th and Columbia
http://fifthandcolumbia.com/




505 Madison





Stewart and Denny (1200 Stewart)




Civic Square




Stewart and Minor
http://www.stewartandminor.com/




Cinerama Tower




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Old Posted Apr 20, 2005, 6:18 AM
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I just cant get my mind off of west 8th....that whole area is filling in. Cosmopolitan....West 8...2200 westlake...along with what is already recently been built! JEEZE!
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Nice development. I think the designs are of very high quality, if a little on the conservative side. FOur Seasons would have to be my favourite.

Good job Seattle.
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BTW, I'm totally digging the 2nd and Pike--tall, slender and pleasing to the eye--
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^ i believe thats not even what it looks like....i like this design better.
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^yes it is, go to the link I posted.
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I really like that 7th and Westlake project. The location looks good.
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Some really good projects. Go Seattle! I especially like 2nd & Pike, West 8th, 7th and Westlake and the Four Seasons. The base of the Metropolitan could use an improvement, but at least it's tall. Are there any construction pics of the Metropolitan, Hotel 1000, Cristalla or 2200?
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great project list......i quite like seattle's rebirth of the west and nw
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colemonkey, its called the cosmopalitan...hhaha no biggy. There are websites for these but u just go to google and search the tower name. SOmeone had posted pics of the cosmopolitan tower construction...as of right now there is a fence around the sight and they have large machinery in there starting to dig. As for the hotel 1000, that has a website and there is pics on there of the construction....it shouldnt be long until they put the crane up if it already isnt.....the whole base is about complete.
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Thanks for the work in puting the list together. Great job.

The buildings are nice and functional. Few people are going to make any of these a must see part of their visit to Seattle. Maybe the Four Seasons, I don't know.
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That 4 Seasons is butt ugly but everything else looks awesome and will really add to the city.
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Nice rundown. Seattle has some excellent projects going on.
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That 4 Seasons is butt ugly but everything else looks awesome and will really add to the city.
Yea, totally weird, especially in that dark color-less rendering. However it pretty much makes up in imagination and passion/zeel, what most of those "office-park-in-the-sky" designs lack.

Hopefully this is the filler stage and the gold standards will be built later.
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yeah...i agree...sorta...they could be better...but i like them alot. The four seasons...i am hoping that they will come out with a better rendering soon....cause I dont like that design nor can i picture that as being a hotel...
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I believe this one is alredy u/c?

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That 4 Seasons is butt ugly but everything else looks awesome and will really add to the city.
I do agree with you on that...sigh...it looks like something that came out of the 1960's. But maybe, the optimist in me is telling me this, but maybe it will be a lot better in real life. Hopefully they'll get some better renderings.
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Some really good projects. Go Seattle! I especially like 2nd & Pike, West 8th, 7th and Westlake and the Four Seasons. The base of the Metropolitan could use an improvement, but at least it's tall. Are there any construction pics of the Metropolitan, Hotel 1000, Cristalla or 2200?
Here are a couple pwright took of cristalla a few weeks ago...



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^ awesome...though, it doesnt stick out of the skyline as much as i hoped it would.
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