Developer proposes residential towers in South Lake Union

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A Canadian high-rise developer may construct four residential towers in South Lake Union.

SEATTLE- A Canadian developer is proposing four residential towers with up to 2 million square feet in the South Lake Union area.

According to The Seattle Times, Vancouver-based Omni Group plans to build the towers on two full city blocks between Fairview Avenue North, Denny Way and John St.

Oneach block, two residential towers would rise above a “podium” and John St. would be lined on both sides with retail shops.

For the complete Seattle Times article, click here.

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