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February 19, 2020

Landmarks board considers 3 Capitol Hill buildings

Photo provided by landmark nomination application [enlarge]
Developer Liz Dunn’s 1101 E. Pike Street building was built in 1916.

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board today will consider nominating as city landmarks three buildings: two that were owned until recently by Seattle Central College, and another owned by a limited liability company associated with Seattle developer and investor Liz Dunn.

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