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March 29, 2011

Rehab turning King Street Station back into an icon

By KATIE ZEMTSEFF
Journal Staff Reporter

Photos by Katie Zemtseff [enlarge]
Tim Williams and Carlos Bres of ZGF Architects and Ron LaMarche of Sellen Construction stand before a section of intricate masonry that was covered with seven layers of lead paint for decades.

For decades, King Street Station was a decaying landmark in Seattle but now a $50 million rehabilitation is turning it back into an iconic hub.


 
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