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March 26, 2014

What's the future for Capitol Hill?

Photo courtesy of Graham Baba Architects [enlarge]

A Seattle Architecture Foundation program will look at whether Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood can continue to accommodate new mixed-use projects without losing its architectural character at 6:30 p.m. April 8 at Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway.

Panelists are Michael Oaksmith of Hunters Capital, Jeff Reibman of Weber Thompson, Michael Sullivan of Artifacts, Eugenia Woo of Historic Seattle and land use attorney Chuck Wolfe.

Cost is $15, or $10 for members. Go to http://bitly.com/1cCmuiX to buy tickets.

The lecture is part of SAF's Design in Depth series on neighborhoods. Lectures are on the second Tuesday of each month through June.

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