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Brian Miller
Real Estate Editor
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August 9, 2018

On the Block: After the viaduct is gone, one developer sees a great spot for 50 units in Belltown

As the saying goes, they're not creating any more real estate in Seattle — one reason why housing and development costs are so high.

The last time we were making land was during pioneer days, when waterfront property owners kept wharfing out — dumping oyster shells and other garbage onto the tidelands, thus extending and claiming more downtown shoreline.

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