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The leaning towers of First Hill thrive on ‘creative tension’ - Curbed Seattle
Proposed on land owned by the Frye Art Museum, the project calls for two, 33-story leaning towers that include 440 apartment units, 7,600 square feet of commercial space, and 283 underground parking spaces. The two towers are connected by a three-story podium as well as a walkway near the very top of both.

As part of the deal with the museum, the Frye will own a handful of the apartments and the garage will include some museum parking spaces.
seattle  firsthill  housing  construction  art  f 
may 2018 by bwiese
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