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August 8, 2014
SEATTLE — The city Landmarks Preservation Board voted 10-1 Wednesday to deny nomination of the Ames Building at 1613 Second Ave. as a city landmark.
Developer Wood Partners has approached the city with a proposal for a 400-foot residential tower on the property located near Pike Place Market. One option is for the tower to cantilever over the 10-story Broadacres Building at 1601 Second Ave.
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