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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by dorothy on January 18, 2010 at 9:05 pm

    If you have not read the book Sons of the Profits, author Spidell, I encourage you to do so. You will see that this level of deal making is a deep part of Seattle’s history. Sigh.

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  2. As a neighborhood business owner, I’d like to be more involved in the community–count me in!

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  3. Posted by Brian Ramey on June 1, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    I was wondering if the LUOA Web site has a link to the CFA Consutlants written report on the Draft EIS? I was referencing this report today in an email and would have linked the report through the LUOA Web Site but attached a pdf instead.

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  4. Posted by K C on February 15, 2012 at 9:31 pm

    Regarding: “City planners are preparing a recommendation on raising height limits for new buildings in South Lake Union…” I was just recently made aware of the notion of the “bowl like” development plan and am far more in favor of this than the random 40 story building to be built. Several concerns I have… Float Plane traffic ability to be maintained, view of the space needle to be segregated by a large distance around it, and the “canyon” effect driving on I-5… I don’t think that there are enough people realizing the “sight impact” this would have. Residences on the west side of Capital Hill will no longer be able to see past I-5… gone will be the views of the Casecades from the east side of Queen Anne… what will it take? I am in favor of high rise buildings and density… but it needs to be in the appropriate spaces for the esthetics of the city and region to be realized… Quite frankly, the Sodo district, International Distrcit and south Seattle are far more appropriate for the high rise activity than Lake Union is…

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